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No. 20-11 Oth YEAH 





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Faneourerlibiufi Leading Newspaper Since 1858 

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[VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1968 


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Crew members of Schiedyk bid farewell from lifeboat as ship starts slipping into sea 


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Freighter Sinks 
Near Gold River 


By MARK DICKINSON 

— Frantic efforts were made to avoid what “we 
knew was going to happen” Wednesday night* 
moments before the 9,600-ton Dutch freighter 
Schiedyk slammed aground, to sink later 20 miles 
west of Gold River on Vancouver Island's west 

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coast. 

Capt. Arie Van Dijk said the pulp-carrying 
vessel, with a B.C. pilot in charge of navigation, 
failed to answer her helm before crashing on to the 
south side of Bligh Island about 9:30 p.m. Wednes¬ 
day. It sank at 2:10 p.m. Thursday. 

All 40 crew members and officers abandoned 
ship without injury. 

Salvage crews this morning will attempt to 
determine what can be done. 

Hit Submerged Ledge 


Gimmick or Genuine? 

Hanoi Overture 
Poser for U.S. 


10,000-ton Dutch freighter rolls over and disappears off Bligh Island 


The chip loaded 1,800 tons of 
pulp at the Danish-owned Tahas 
Co. at Gcdd River and left for 
Portland, Ore., about 8 p.m. 
Wednesday. 

Two hours and 20 miles later, 
the ship radioed for assistance. 

Th# Schiedyk Mt a submerged 
ledge about 100 fee* from teiore. 
Th* bow was aevereiy zipped in 
three holds and the etigme roam 
and quickly took water. The 
■hip was submerged to the 
bridge within hours. 

Capt. Van Dijk ordered 35 
crew member* into lifeboats 
during the night. They were 


While Little Girl lies Dying 


ordered to stand half a mile o it 
the stricken vessel. 

Four other men stood imme¬ 
diately by the ship in a lifeboat, 

I while the skipper alone con¬ 
tinued an ail-night vigil aboard 
(ship. 

Capt. Van Dijk remained 
aboard until about 10 minutes 
before the ship sank. 

In an interview 1 after, he 
described the grounding: 

"We saw th* shoreline 
coming. We had lots at warning. 
We knew what was going to 
happen if we didn't change our 
course, but the teiip simply 
didn't turn.” 

He said cargo had been poorly 
stored, but declined further 
comment. 

It mi reposted to ba tha first 
tbne Capt. Van Dijk had 
navigated tha narrow waters of 
Continued an Page S 



Rusk 


From DPI 

* North Vietnam had a plainly 
declared peace overture on 
the table Thursday and Wash¬ 
ington hatf the task of decid¬ 
ing whether it was a gimmick 
or a genuine desire for peace. 
(Sea also Page 3.) 

Dean RusK, the U.S. secra* 
tary of state, said It would b* 
"premature for ma to brush it 
(the overture) aside as purely 
a propaganda ploy.” 

One Little Word 

Rusk admitted that Hanoi 
had made a “new formula¬ 
tion” of its position. 

The entire matter rested on 
one little word, “will." Last 
Saturday, die North Viet¬ 
namese foreign minister, 
Nguyen Duy Trinh, reportedly 
told a visiting Mongolian 
delegation that his country 
Continued on Pag* S 


Costly Miles Split family 

rt 


Caution Marks 
Heart Case 


’ HOPE fCP)' — A British 
Columbia hospital’s refusal to 
admit a dying six-year-old girl 
has brought anguish to her 
parents and protests from her 
doctor. 

Jane Parcher probably will 
die within a year, her doctor 
says, but her parents don’t 
artiste to be able to see her 
very often before^ eh# does. 


Jins lies unconscious In 
Vanoouver General Hospital's 
child health centre with an 
incurable form of brain in¬ 
flammation — encephalitis. 

He*- parents, Ross and 
Sheila Parcher, arid eight of 
her’nine brothers and sisters, 
live in Laldlaw, between Hope 
and Chilliwack. 

Financial hardship and dif¬ 


ficulties over finding someone 
to care for the other children 
mean the parents can make 
the 200-mlle round trip to 
Vancouver only rarely. 

Wiif West, administrator of 
Fraser Canyon Hospital here, 
said Thursday the hospital 
board met for two hours last 
week and decided not to 
admit the child. 


“We fee! very sorry far the 
mother who we know can't 
visit Vancouver very often, 
but when we came down to it, 
w* just can't handle a case 
like this, because we don’t 
liave the equipment." 

Mr. West also said the 
hospital couldn’t tie up one of 
its six children’s beds with a 
chronic case. 


*‘W# never know how many 
Deds will be needed fur 
accident cases,” he said. 

Dr. E. K. Murakami of 
Hope, the family doctor, said 
the sort of care Jane needs 
can be given to her at the 
Hope hospital. 

"It baa been given to others 
In the past," he saJd,- 


Pag. 

Bridge ........._....... It 

Comics. 17 

Courtroom Parade_- • 

Crossword ................ SI 

Financial News ...._ S 

Garden Notes . It 

Names In the News-IS, 

Social .14, 18 

Sport.IS, U, IS 

Theatres .....___IS 


CAPE TOWN <AP)’ — Dr. 
Christian Barnard said Thurs¬ 
day heart transplant patient Dr. 
Philip Blaiberg is "progressing 
extremely well” but there were 
signs Ms body might be react¬ 
ing against the new heart 

The surgeon vowed not "to 
make the kame mistake” he 
said might have been made In 
Ihe case of Louis Washkansky 
*by treating him too quickly to 
overcame the body's natural 
tendency to reject foreign Tis¬ 
sue. 

Barnard told reporters that 
Blaiberg, 58-y ear-old retired 


dentist showed the same signs 
doctors had interpreted as re¬ 
jection of the new heart by 
Washkansky, the first man to 
receive a human heart trans¬ 
plant. 

“This time we are not react* 
tog to than as rejection,” Bar¬ 
nard said. " Perils pa wa treated 
tlie patient too early for rejec¬ 
tion. We are not going to make 
the same mistake again.” 

Barnard has indicated intense 
anti-rejection treatment may 
have weakened Washkansky'* 
resistance to infsation and con¬ 
tributed to his daath by poet* 
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lititt (Bolnljt. Victoria, B.C., Friday, Jonuarf 5, 1968 


- HEV/ FLO.' NER'VE QOT A 
.COUPLE OF GREV KArtW 7V$ 
SHALL I PULL THEM 0 


single-screw turbine with a The Ross Sea Is now under- 
speed of 17 knots. going repairs at Esquimau. 

A spokesman for the Vancou- B.C. pilot, Capt. J. W. Bruce 
ver consulate-general of the of Vancouver, was tn charge of 
Netherlands said the crew navlgation*aboard the Schledyk, 
members would be taken to a pilotage spokesman said. 
Vancouver, then flown home. a e . Gough, also of 

The Schledyk was the second Vancouver, was pilot aboard the 


Muchalat Inlet, between Gold 
River arid Nootka Sound. 

Several craft rushed to east at 
the Alp and crew. 

Th* icebreaker Camsefl, on 
her way to Prince Rupert, was 
diverted to the area and after 
four hours of fast iteming 
picked up the 35 crew members 
in lifeboats at 4 p.m. 

The R C M P boat Tahsta 
reached the scene two hours 
after the mishap, and stood by 
the lifeboats until toe Cornell 
arrived. 

Three tugs kora Uknd Tug 
and Bargs IAd. hurried to the 
scene tram Victoria. 

The Island Navigator was 
dhpribohed tram Victoria aft 11 
p.m. and arrived at 8 p.m., one 
hour afar the eiriofang. The tugs 
Island Sovereign and Island 
Monarch were ordered back to 
Victoria lade Thursday after¬ 
noon, after they had got about 
30 mites tram toe accne. 

CARGO INSURED 

The Canadian Coast Guard 
cutler Ready arrived aft 12:30 
p.m. and stood by. 

Several smaR toga item aoaat 
toggtag mur a to ra offered 
aeristance. 

The Carmel! took crew mem¬ 
bers from the lifeboats to a 
hotel at Gold River, and later MONET SHARED 
the Ready landed the rest of the The medical superintendent at 


viewed the Blnking from a small An Island Tug and Barge 
| boat He said: spokesman said the vessel set- 

, “She went dawn very slowly tied in about 100 feet of water. 

The Island Navigator is re- 


and stately. 

impressive sight. We oould hear maining at the scene and the 
material rattling in the hull and firm's salvage master, Roy 
ihe was groaning and creak- Blake, will study salvage possi- 
ing.’* 

SUPPED OFF HEDGE 


deep-sea vessel to run aground Rosa Sea. 
on the B.C. coast in less than a epo 

bilitie* today. We< *- explanati. 

He flew from Victoria to Gold Last Friday, the 24-OOO-tan “P* 1 
He said she slid onto her side, River Thursday morning to take lumber carrier Rosa Sea was vttry ® 

then began slipping olf the charge of operations. holed and left leaking and wer * * DO) 

ledge. The Schledyk was built In powerless when she struck a He said 

“Trapped atr imlde her Belfast in IMS. She Has an over- reef off Capa Beala at the would ca 


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THEM IN 


Caution Marks Heart Case 


monla last month 38 days after ■HnHPH||Hrnip|Vr||||in[^l ft 24-year-old colored factory 
the historic transplant. worker, died of a stroke. 

Barnard said Bltiberg’s con- Barnard said there were no 

dttkn probably U better than changes in the technique cf the 

Washkanaky’s at the same tbs lawyers said laker toe Blal- from toe filming crew. The second South African heart op- 

stage. "His circulation Is very bergs would, however, share In South Afrlean photographer, eratkn. He noted tha heart Blal- 

adequate and his organs which the money, with undetermined Don McKenzie, was ejected berg received was bigger be- 

. .. ■- •-**-- —”— —*— *-*- - causa it was from a male donor 

while Wsshkansky got toe heart 
Of a 25-year-old woman. 

He said another difference 
was that the Blaiberg donor 
died from a stroke and not from 
an accident as in the first case. 

*T do not think this made any 
difference in the final out¬ 
come,” Barnard said. 


Mailman Brought 
Dramatic News 


HOPE SPRINGS ETER¬ 
NAL! The Canada Oounolt has 
been giving Bastion Theatre 
the runaround for years, but 
Thursday It seemed aa toe 
long-awaked dream had come 
true. 

Helen Simpaon-Baikie trem¬ 
bled with anticipation as she 
tare open a letter from toe 
Canada OnncU that had been 
sent to the theatre's office by 
Special deEvery. 

From tile envelope flittered 
a note saying the Ottawa- 
based body was not getting 
regular mailings of the Bas¬ 
tion Newsletter. 

Perhaps the next news from 
the council wfll be more 
cheering. 


CLEARANCE 


MANY AT COST 

TELMAC , 

PliPHHIMS 


money far exceed the interart 
In Ihe 35,000,000 alioorted for 
the fund. 

The Maritime Museum is 
particularly anxious for hrip. 
This organization was forced 
to close until Easter because 
of lack of ca*. 


OPTICAL DISPENSING 


trip to see friends and rela- ON TAP AGAIN: There was 
lives wkh an opportunity to • time when Dsn Place 

see toe great trickster at boasted he was the biggest 

work. It was sort of an added bartender in Britlto Columbia. 

side benefit for the patients. With his 295 pounds hung on a 

_ . five-foot, 10-inch frame, he 

The blind driving bit. set to had few barUff)derB call him 

start at the Red lion Im, was ^ bis boaS ( 
scuppered by Inspector J. M. p atr ons of the Dummer’s 
Post of the Saanich police. g ar ^ave wondering 
who insisted it was not in the ab . )Ut Dan ^ happy to 
interest of pubkc safety, but kni|W he has two 

he did allow Constables Ray heart attacks and six months 

McLean and J<*m Merriheld in ^ Gorge Road Hospital, 

to block off the parking lot at end 

now is back on the job. 
the hcapital. He (i ee ,| 8 great just to be aMve 

The two pokcemew cart a — and 85 pounds Lighter, 
skeptical glance aa Mandrake 
had adhesive tape plastered 
over his eyea, but the magi¬ 
cian painted the car around 
the lot and into an allocated 
space without an much as a 
fender dent. Mandrake drives 
better blindfolded than many 
cf ua do open-eyed. 


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stop the bombing when it was 
H rnTniim convinced that this Would lead 

to “productive” discussions 
and that North Vietnam would 
worried that North Vietnam also scale down Sts war effort 
was engaged on a propaganda correspondingly, 
effort to stop the bombing Officials said privately that 
with no reciprocal gesture. diplomatic channels had 
Dean Rusk referred back to turned up no evidence North 
President J o t^i s o n's San Vietnam would agree to a 
Antonio speech in which the reciprocal gesture if the 
president said tha U.S. would bombing is stopped. 


"will" hold peace talks if the 
United States atopa the bomb¬ 
ing and “other acts of war” 
against North Vietnam. Pre¬ 
viously Hanoi had demanded a ' 
stop to the bombing before 
even considering talks. 

On Monday. Hanoi Radio 
repeated Trinh’s statement, 

*We Are Ready * 

On Wednesday, a North j _ 
Vietnamese delegate in Paris 
called in an American journal¬ 
ist, Bernard Redmont, and 
told him “we are ready (for 
talks). Our position is clear. 

We have made it public and 
official. It is not unofficial or 
semi-official. We are on the 
record.” 

On Thursday the North 
V i e tnamese delegation in 
Paris openly confirmed that< 
statement. 

Another development 
Thursday was the news that 
Hanoi had first put out a 
peace feeler at the beginning 
of December, according to 
diplomatic sources in Saigon. 

U.S. Aware 

These sources said Hanoi 
had stated It would “gladly 
accept” Indonesian mediation. 
They said the United States 
wu aware of the offer, which 
was made by the North 
Vietnamese ambassador in 
Jakarta. 

North Virtnam’a new stand 
came only a week after 
President Ho Chi Minh called 
for a stepped-up fight against 
the United States. 

What was meant by the 
offer, only the North Viet¬ 
namese could say. And they 
remained inscrutable. Even 
highly qualified diplomat! In 
London admitted they were 
mystified. Some suggested 
that Hanoi may have realised 
it will not get better terms 
alter the U.S. elections In 
November and had decided to 
sue for peace now. 

Put on Spot 

Others said Hanoi may want 
to drag the United States to 
the conference table, having 
obtained a halt to the fighting, 
and there demand the with¬ 
drawal of U.S. tooope from 
Vietnam. 

One thing was certain. 
Propaganda or not, the North 
Vietnamese offer had put the 
United States on the spot, 
diplomats said. 

Propaganda 

In Pans, informed sources 
said the French government 
believed Hanoi had moved 
significantly toward willing¬ 
ness to talk peace. 

Back in Washington, 
administration sources were 
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DINING OUT: Customers 

at the Simpsons-Sears shop¬ 
ping centre at Shelboume and 
Hillside will be able to dine in 
style because Hy's will be 
there. 

"Die dc<al to have the 
ateakhouse experts operate a 
luxury oafeteria now w almost 
certain to go ahead. 

Bill M c A d a ms, who 
manages the stesJdbouse here, 
will not be on hand to run the 
new venture. He is leaving for 
Vancouver in September. 

Hy's organization will be 
really busy this year. There 
Wifi be a Hy’s in the Columbia 
Centre on West Hastings in 
Vancouver and this is set to 
open in September. 

- Mr. McAdams As heading 
for New York later this year 
to look over doocr plans tor 
the Columbia Centre end the 
Simpsons-Sears cafeteria. 

The Vancouver project is 
pert erf a 300-room heftei, a 
pew Air Canaria building and 
.new premises for the Vancou¬ 
ver Board of Trade. Mr. 
•McAdams will operate two 
dining rooms and a cafeteria 
In the Columbia Centre. 


GIGANTIC WAREHOUSE 
TRADE-IN SALE 


BOUND6 ODD: The Red 
Cross says the Wood Baric is 
almost bankrupt but some 
donors are unsure at jittt hew 
serious the situation really is. 

Colonist printer Bryan 
Scharbach heard about the 
blood shortage And read t here 
would be * ofenic at CFB 
Esquimau. 

He organized half a dozen of 
his colleague! and phoned the 
Red Chase. Mr. Scharbach 
was told the clinic was for 
forces only but was net told 
where he and his party could 
donate their blood. 

The point is that cbnlcs are 
held regularly at Red Croat 
House. 1046 Fort, but nobody 
bodies ed to tell the wilting 
donors when and where the 
next public collection would 
be held. 


CULTURE TRANSFUSION! 
The long-awaited announce¬ 
ment of the provincial grants 
to cultural organizations is 
expected between Jan. 15 and 
Feb- 1. 

Speaker of the Legislature 
Wrtlasm Murray, who chairs 
the committee. Is expected 
here this weekend, and a 
meeting wil be held probably 
on Jan. 15. 

There have been bo many 
applications die demand! for 


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Thursday's precipitation .05 
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45 and 38. Today's forecast high 
and low 40 and 34. Today’* sun¬ 
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moonrise 11:21 a.m.; moonset 
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East Coast of Vancouver la- 
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precipitation .02 Inch; recorded eon Arthi 
high and low 43 and 30. Today's Kwn 
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Winds light except northwesterly 
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FUN M TUREi 


Biilg tfaliralat Victoria, 8.C., Friday, January 5, 1968 


World Briefs 


Year’s Toll: 9,353 Americans 


De Gaulle 
Aim: 
Revenge 9 


SAIGON (UPI) — U.S. planes i 
bombed targets within 10 miles 
at China Thursday and battered 
targets in the Hanoi and 
Haiphong areas, a military 
spokesman said today. 

F-105 Thunderchief Jets from 
Thailand bit the Lang Son 
rafiroad and highway bridge 82 
miles northeast of Hanoi and 
less than 10 miles south of the 
China border, the spokesmen 
said. 

There was no immediate 


PARIS (UPI) — Former Premier Pierre 
Mendes-France Thursday said President Charles 
de Gaulle was more interested in revenge against 
“one at the two great powers he hates” than in 
finding solutions to world problems. 

The 60-year-old leftist former premier said 
the principal reason behind de Gaulle's recent 
economic manoeuvring “is to weaken the dollar.” 


STOCKHOLM (Reuters) — A seventh American armed 
forces deserter baa applied for political asylum In Sweden 
amid immigration official fears that a trend may have been set. 


PRAGUE (AP)—Major changes in Czechoslovakia’s gov¬ 
ernment and Communist party hierarchy were reported pending 
Thursday. 

As the party's central committee met secretly, President 
Antonin Novotny was reliably said to be on his way out as 
party chief, a post be has held since 1953. 


African Smiles Fade Quickly 

In contrast to warm welcome he re- sha, Congo, Thursday. Congolese 
ceived in Ghana Wednesday, above, students shouting against Vietnam 
U.S. Vice-President Hubert Hum- war hollered “Murderer, go home,” 
phrey ran into protesters in Kinsha- as they surrounded his car.—(AP) 


JAKARTA (Ronton)—A leader ef banned Indonesian re- 
ltgteas sect called Knowledge ef the Unclothed Universe has 
been sen t enced Is five months In prison In central Java for 
orderi ng Us follower* to pray naked, it was reported here 
Thanday. 


For Cambodian Talks 


GARNET \ 

Birthstone Rings and Jewellery 


PARIS (UPI)—The French cabinet said Thursday it was 
"not unduly worried” by economic repercussions of President 
Johnson's money-saving program. 

The French business community, anticipating deflationary 
effects of the U.S. program in moat European countries, ex¬ 
pressed fears the roles may be reversed and France, after 
years of gold boarding, may end up with a balance-of-payments 
deficit 


WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. But last week Sihanouk ac-' Reversing an earlier position, „ VBrd 3 mil 
Ambassador Chester Bowles knowledged, in effect, that Cam- Sihanouk said he would not at- . _ V„ 0 . Bud 
win go to Cambodia soon to bodia was being used to some tack U.S. forces who might ™ Uyard gQ 
seek a way to deny Vietnamese extent as a refuge by Commu- move into Cambodian territory *hg ^Vnitni 
Communists a Cambodian sane- niats withdrawing from engage- in "hot pursuit” of fleeing Com- _ 
tuary—hopefully without send- ments with U.S. forces along munists units. And he said he 1,1 stu*** 
ing in U.S. troops to do the job. the border between Cambodia would welcome a visit by a commanders rejeaj 

Pr~l,w Johnson announced ad South Vietnam. Johnson representative to dis “ 

cuss the problem. Americans killed. 

Bowles interrupted a vacation GROUND FIGHTS 
in southern India to hurry back Ground fightii 
to New Delhi for a conference flared 
with Indian Prime Minister Indi- ctJM . ^ ere Narth 
ra Gandhi on the Cambodian bjroea ^ 
question Bowles is to go to ^ Bcme 
Phnom Penh in a few days. them 329 killed 
India, Canada and Poland are £ighting 
members of the International It too, Ji 

Control Commission set up^ Saigon, 
under the Geneva agreements guerrillas s 

of 1954 which were intended to StoeU.S. 

and stabilize the ... 


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UNITED NATIONS (LAT) — Secretary General U Thant 
Thursday openly criticized the steps taken by the Turkish 
Cypriot minority to reorganize its administration on Cyprus. 

"While I welcomed the assurances from the Turkish side 
as to the nature of this move, I cannot conceal my misgivings 
as to the decision itself, its timing, the way in which it was 
announced and the publicity given to it by the Turkish Cypriot 
leadership,” Thant said in a special report to the Security 
Council. 


Russians 


Convenient Terms 
Of Course 


BEIRUT (LAT)—New proposals for solving the Arab" 
Israeli dbpute were published here Thursday. They were by far 
the most moderate made by a recognized Palestinian Arab 
leader in years. 

They came from Yehia Hammoudah, newly appointed 
acting dtief at the militant Palestine Liberation Organization. 
He replaced the verbal firebrand Ahmed Shukairy two weeks 
ago after a palace revolt against the latter's policy of talking 
too loudly and doing little or nothing for the cause. 

Hammoudah broke recent tradition on at least one major 
point He conceded It was "obviously ridiculous” to ask all 
Jews who have emigrated to Israel since 1948 to return to their 
countries of origin. 


OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9! 


ne ireqwmv ^ M Mr neutralize 

TJ .. V)p , states making up what once was 

namese Hi th^Viet Cong guer^ MOSCOW (AP) - A Soviet 

rillaa South Vietnam were commentator warned Cambodia NOT EFFECTIVE 

using Cambodia as • sanctuary, and Laos Thursday not to let The ICC, among other things, 

last WEEK Vietnam war apffl over Into ia charged with protecting Cam- 

—---—--their territories. bodia's neutrality, but « has 

"Any concession on the issue been almost wholly ineffective 
• a X i mm of spreading hostilities to other in policing the country’s bor- 

I 7 / countries in Southeast Asia ders. 

II 1 would be extremely danger- Sihanouk has suggested the 

1.JLA \J • ous,” Vladimir Kudryavtsev strengthening of IOC capabili- 

wrote fa Izvestia, the official So- ties for patrolling the border 

I _^ viet government newspaper. and Bowles is expected to as- 

■ ■ ■ He accused the United States 5U re him anew that toe United 

QTp of seeking to expand the war statea-aMhough not a signatory 


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384-1611 


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escalation of the war. prepared to provide helicopters, 

Kudryavtsev did not indicate trucks and other transportation 

ports and $800,000,000 for im- ?®’ ha l t 5 e ^? et react ^ n wo *' ld and communications equipmentl 

^ ibe if hostilities spread to the *- —*«— w i-<*—l 

two countries. 

The Izvestia comment ap¬ 
peared before news reached 
Moscow that U.S. president 
Johnscn will send Ambassador 
Chester Bowles to confer with 
Cambodian Prince Norodom Si¬ 
hanouk on the question of what 
U.S. officials can the use of 
Cambodia as a Communist Viet¬ 
namese sanctuary. 


ports. 

The Increase In experts over 
1966 is about 16 per oent, com 
pared to a 14-percent jump the 
previous year. 

B.C. PRODUCTS 
B.C products, which acccunt 
for about 60 per cent by value 
of exports through provincial 
custom ports, rose 20 per cent 
in the first seven months of 
1967. 

Mineral production last year 
reached $391,800,000, an increase 
of 16 per cent over 1966. 

In agriculture, the over-all 
gain last year was 1 per cent. 
Commercial fisheries produced 
$98,000,000 fa 1967, falling below 
the record levels fa 1966, but 
well above the preceding 10- 
year average. 

SLUMP EXPECTED 
Total new capital and repair 
expenditures fa 1967 reached an 

down fa the rate of growth. produotB, Ihe report sadd, was estimated $2,500,000,000, 
Premier Bennett haa predicted generally less buoyant, and 
oonfafaued prosperity, with some total manufacturing shipments 
■oft spots fa the economy. in B C - Increased "only frac- 
There was Kttle fa the way of tonally” last year. In 1966, 
firm fadication in Thureday's manufacturing in the province 
summery of where these soft 6 rew 11 i** cent, 
spots might occur. The general BELOW CAPACITY 
tans was optimistic, but a com- Tbe^jnacQifnehrrro sector In 
pariron with the 1966 summary 1967 did not utfilze fully the fa- 
showed that fa several key areas creased plant capacity made 
the slowdown in growth was available during the year, the 

“Steficart. report sa(ldi 

INCOME UP BUT . . . Pulp and paper sales, though 

For example, the report said, production was up 5 per oent 
In 1967 total personal facome fa- from last year, didn’t keep up \ 
creased "by an Impressive 8 with Increased capacity with the 
per cent” to $4,900,000,000, and result that several pulp mills 
this gave rise to a gain fa retail shut down for vacations to re¬ 
trade of 6 per cent. duce inventories. 

However, in 1966 the report The demand for lumber was 
■aid personal income, which it firm as were prices. But hrm- 

described as a good measure of ber production declined 3 r—____ 

over-all activity, rose 14 per oent last year owing to the fire I estunated r $280,000,000 
oent. season and a labor dispute in 


CLEARANCE 


CLEARANCE PRICES 

mi T ELM AC mu 

UNDERSELLS 


At F. W, Francis 


Entire Stock of Imported Accessories 


SAVE 20 


Loffmark 


), about 

the same os the prevkx* year. 
For 1968, however, there were 
indications this total would 
slump to approodmately $2,100,- 
000,000, partly due to completion 
of the W. A. C. Bennett Dam on 
the Peace and the Duncan Dam 
on the Columbia. 

Houafag starts fa the province 
were up 29 per cent last year, 
despite a poor first quarter, and 
building permits rose 20 per 
cent to an estimated $515,- 
000 , 000 . 

MORE TOURISTS 
The travel fadustry boomed 
last year, despite a feeling fa 
some quartere that Expo took 
business away from B.C. 

The number of passenger cars 
entering from the U.S. roee 10 
per cent to 770,000, and total 
pcr tourist expenditures reached an 

~~ — -1 ^— .J — up 4.8 

per cent. 


In a Special 


Or u Marked . . . Eve* Mora Off on Some! 

Stainless Trays Glass Bowls 

Candles and Candleholders Ename 

Glass Decanters—Jugs Mob 

Tumblers and Stemware Place Mats 

Pewter Jewellery Teapots— 


International 
Sterling 
Sterling Silver 
Flatware 


Set your table tonight with 
beauty that lives forever ... 
and SAVE 20% during the 
International Sterling Janu¬ 
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settings and open stock. 


EXPORT GAINS 

Exports through B.C. ports 
last year, the report added, 
showed surprising gains, owing 
largely to the ‘‘spectacular up¬ 
surge" fa shipments—especially 
mineral products—to Japan. 

The value of commodities 
passing through West Qiest cus¬ 
toms ports during 1967 is esti¬ 
mated at $2,100,000,000 for ex- 


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Desks 

Sofas 

Occasional Chairs 
High Back Chairs 
Nests of Tables 


Or *■ Harked 

Buffets 
Dining Tables 
Chairs 

Coffee Tables 
End Tables 


becam mors popular...mst nica 
people, mill now friends...go out 
more often...have more whole- 


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Convenient Terms Available 


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field actually han't been doing a* you couia ask to those] for n many generations 
much, at least visibly—nor has glamorous travel ads. Utv|took their superior role for 
he been saying a great deal, ipo ]ied, untouched, a retreat granted, the advent of a black 


evident from her paranoid 
references to "maudits anglais” 


long, drowsing heat of summer, 
the fury of the hurricanes in the 


will the maker stop at that? 

A few years ago I was told 


0ft* Bails 


“An Independent Newspaper 
The Organ of No CUque or Party* 

MlttaS mrj nnmlai ate«fl Monday h* Tb* 
CdionM SufeSatera Limited, at XU DouaXi Strati, 


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ColniS* FubHabara Limited, at XU Doualai Street. 
Victoria. B.c Authorized aa Meond rtaae mall fey 
lha tat OOJta Department. Ottawa, and for *aym«tlt 
of seataie la raah. All undelivered coplea or any 
nodeea niparUn* changer of add rear are to be rent to 
the above addren. Member Audit Bureau of Circula¬ 
tion!. 

RICHARD BOWER 
Publisher and EdUar-in-Chlef 


1968 


FRIDAY, JANUARY 8 , IMS 


Timid Measures 

T HE DRASTIC steps taken by Prime Minister 
Harold Wilson and President Lyndon Johnson to 
stabilize the economies of their respective countries 
should provide all Canadians with considerable food 
for thought—particularly those whose ambition it is 
to lead Canada into its second century. 

Certainly the Washington and London moves 
leave Ottawa’s gentle measures In this direction look¬ 
ing somewhat small and unrealistic. Indeed, to the 
majority of Canadians aa well as outsiders it must ap¬ 
pear that our government is completely convinced that 
Canada hasn’t a problem in the world. 

And this, of course, is simply not true. Canada 
Is in serious financial trouble: perhaps not as great 
as that afflicting Great Britain, nor as severe as that 
hitting the United States, but enough to initiate some 
kind of effective remedial action before it gets out of 
hand. 

That a country possessing Canada’s enormous po¬ 
tential, natural and productive wealth should be faced 
with such a dilemma is, in itself, incredible. But a 
government which refuses to recognize the danger 
signs and act upon them is unforgivable. 

The only possible explanation of this hesitancy 
on the part of our politicians to face up to the issue 
must be that they believe that any curative measures 
they might contemplate Introducing would inevitably 
lead to their personal unpopularity and subsequent 
defeat at the polls. In short, they are once again 
following the same old pattern of sacrificing the wel¬ 
fare of the nation to the interests of their own parties. 

What a refreshing thought it would be if we could 
count on even one of our would-be leaders displaying 
enough courage to call upon all Canadians to join him 
In accepting the challenge head on—even though it 
would mean sacrifice, hardship and inconvenience. 

But this is hardly likely to happen, for as far as, 
can be seen both those who lead the government and 
those who would, undoubtedly classify their fellow 
Canadians as a gutless lot happy only to be fed pap 
and pleasanee with little or no desire to take part in 
a fight even to save their own country. 

They could be wrong. 

Hope Renewed 

r PHERE HAVE BEEN so many disappointments, so 
i many abortive approaches and so many false ges¬ 
tures that any new Intimation of a willingness on the 
part of Hanoi to go to a peace conference is bound to 
be viewed with skepticism if not outright disbelief. 

Yet any hint of a change of attitude merits the 
closest study and the most cautious encouragement. 

A reported declaration of North Vietnam’s For¬ 
eign Minister Nguyen Duy Trinh last Saturday that if 
the United States wants peace talks it has cmly to halt 
the bombing of areas north of the demilitarized zone 
is apparently supported by a statement released in 
Paris by a Hanoi diplomat. 

But in this case there is the added stipulation 
that, in addition to the bombing cessation, “all other 
acts of war against North Vietnam” must be halted. 

It is not dear what this means, or, for that mat¬ 
ter, whether it is genuine. Is it, for example, a re¬ 
quirement that all interference with the flow of arms ! 
and troops to the support at the Viet Cong be halted ! 
by land and by sea? Is it a demand for disengagement 
of Americans and their allies wherever they confront 
North Vietnamese forces? 

There is the added limitation in the Paris spokes¬ 
man’s suggestion, that he speaks only for North Viet¬ 
nam and not for the National liberation Front, 
political arm of the Viet Cong guerrillas in South 
Vietnam. 

This point discourages any real optimism for a 
satisfactory settlement of the South Vietnamese im¬ 
passe. For, fundamentally, Jhis is a struggle between 
the anti-communist government at Saigop and the in¬ 
surgent National Liberation Front It is essential that 
these two antagonists be brought to any peace talks. 
Yet the Hanoi government cannot speak for the NLF 
and the Saigon regime refuses to treat with the rebels. 

President Lyndon Johnson recognizes this obstacle 
to settlement. He has made it clear he endorses in¬ 
formal talks between Saigon and the NLF. 

There is no doubt that the United States govern¬ 
ment could exert a pacifying influence in Saigon if 
Hanoi undertook to follow the same line with the 
National Liberation Front. But pressure on Saigon, 
without at the very least some sort of reassuring 
guarantee, could cause an internal political crisis 
where the outcome could complicate the situation. 

Already there are signs of suspicion of U.S. in¬ 
tentions, reflected in a resolution in South Vietnam’s 
House of Representatives, declaring the Vietnamese 
will decide their country’s fate and opposing “any form 
of false peace.” 

Peace prospects must be explored, nevertheless, 
and if the various overtures reported to have orig¬ 
inated In Hand are genuine they represent the most 
hopeful prospect of the past decade and more for an 
end of a fruitless conflict 

Shorter and Oftener 

A S USUAL—it has happened now for 16 consecutive 
years—Canadians have been accounted the tele¬ 
phone-talkingest people in the world. What’s more, 
in 1966 they stretched their lead over their neighbors 
in the United States, by one call per person. 

According to statistics 'compiled and newly pub¬ 
lished by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 
the average Canadian made 664 calls last year; the 
average American, 648. 

Why this should be when the United States has 
more telephones per hundred persons than Canada is 
something of a mystery. Canadians are not regarded 
as bring particularly talkative. 

But perhaps that’s the answer. 

People of few words can make more calls in any 
given period of time than those who go on and on ... 
and on. 

Now maybe if we could get some of the young- 
iters who seem to be permanently attached to the 
telephones off the line, Canada could set a record that 
no one could even come close to challenging. 


ifimmaM kf writer'. 


Ottawa Offbeat 


Mr. Stanfield and the Next Election 


G O away lor * couple of week* Bj RICHARD JACKSON, Colonial Ottawa Bnreaa C anadian public* readiness. ****** ** ***• with the other. 

or so—Bar enough and long willingness, even heartfelt **'**" t '^** 1 What Is going on in Canada 

enough to get completely out of «vea when Mr. eland off the so-far Ineffectual P^yer to be attracted. h*ve 1 ™ to^Y * 

t h ni-wan r* Speaker Lucien Lamoureux has attempts of the fractured Oppo- You hear old senators and old ^ vtr l |1 T<tou ^y between the English and French 

touch no newspapers no radio called ^ 0Kkri the day to mm to topple them, don't Ottawa hands saying that eud- ^ cause. Qn the otha languages; it U also a conflict 

no television, no phone-and & a* daily rough and HAVE to call an eleolian until denly everybody has had it up hand.. Mr Stanley H. Knowles, between a democracy and a 
then come back and look again tumble of the House question N ovember, 1969—mother 23 to here with the fury and * or W toaspe s Nor m C entre people with a pronounced ten- 

at the House of Commons. period. months. futility of them last 11 psr- 1 fighting a continuous de ncy to fascist forms of 

. , ,, _ and that mourns Stanley Robert Stanfield, says Stanley Uamentary yean. Crisis may be hero# for them for mare than government and, to a certain 

f Jfohi t ?* trlk ** y ° U m °* t Knowles, a Commons veteran of Knowles, kicks so good because exciting In small doeea, but as a 20 ymxt.tBM Hansard will provepatent, a fight 
furtibly? 2 s yea ra, Is all that Mr. the others looked, and still look, steady diet it becomes sicken- In the face of these facts, the [“W" Wha f n *? d * t ’! 

Not Prime Minister Pearson, Stanfield has to do—“Just ait to bad. ing—and even frightening When government ha a no excuse ™ Canada today la an lu-fated 

heading now into retirement In there, keeping his bap shut and ★ * * you think of what it has whatsoever for its refusal to “ 00mpe _® 

three months his nose clean, and the next His great appeal is in the produced in terms of national increase the perefcxi* of its civil pa ™ l . gr V UrieS * "* "■ ***- 

election will fall in his lap like a vivid contrast oThis projection <*uun>ty *nd financial insta- eervanta. the plight of many of Pared to W °* 

Nut External AfiaimMinlster ripe npple ,. 2 to the MU* w«* U tragic. That of widow, J-P** 1 

Martin, Fhxnce Mmtoter Sharp, This, to the good, grey Pearson Liberals’ five years of The housewife want* to go to Is even mare so since they 

nor Transport Minister Heilyer, Knowles, who Is more of a reeling from crisis to crisis and die supermarket and find the receive only 50 per cent cf the * ■**** 

the front-runners in the race to p r Q (esnional parliamentarian the Diefenbaker Conservatives' weekend roast isn't up another pension, and the cost of rtietter 

succeed the PM at Liberal than he is a pdNtical partisan. rre*z!ed fighting. five cents a pound. And her alone mate* an increase kn- ™ *** ■ tjt-ATT~r 

leadershi p c onvention the night "just isn’t right." That* the way wise old husband wants to go skiing or perative. Moreover such kv 

of next April 6 . But nothing—save time—says Stanley Knowles sues It up, and golfing and return home oanfi- creases could be achieved at no * * * 

Not Tommy Douglsa of the Stanley Knowles, can prevent it. fc* years of experience and dent that the political roof Isn’t cost to the taxpayer. 


By RICHARD JACKSON, Colonist Ottawa Bnreaa 


C anadian public* 


Pensioners’ Plight 

I REFER to the letter by Former Civil Servant pub- 
1 lished in your newspaper on Dec. 22. The informa¬ 
tion contained therein i* correct The committee to 
which he refer* waa the Special Joint Committee on 
the Public Service, which was empowered on Jan. 10, 
1967, to make inquiries concerning pensions to retired 
civil servants, which powers were later extended to 
retired pensioners of the RCMP and armed forces. 

By May 8 the committee had ... 

held eight meetings and had 
heard evidence from 21 wit- /-v 

nesses representing aU pen- I )]JY* 

iloners relating to Its inquiries. 

On lhat date it handed down its __ _ . 

ninth report corals ting of six tx'onri O 

recommendations, vhteh ere too i.\cuuc/ O 
lengthy to state hare. 

However, one at Its recam- i/j/jiiio 

mendations vox that the gov- V L tTM-'O 

emine n t rtnuld quickly increase 

the ceiling in the 1959 Pensions r. w t - t» » ■*»««■■ » 
Adjuetmxit Act, which included — swwsi mms. w 

only those superannuates retired - r -. «*'*•«*•* m* fee 

prior to Jan. 1, 1953. Therefore -,—■— t, wianra me 

none of the superannuates have ii«w nuumi fee gtmm 
received any increase for a *• *■! ete fen**. 

perido of 15 years. At present - - 

some of t h en# pendens sue 

below ?20 per month. affair, and the removal of 

On March 31,1966, the total in Archbishop Charbo n ne a u. Can a 
the Ptibtic Service Stgxrannua- leopard change Its spots in eight 
tion Fund twee 22,390,383,091; short yean? 
dntereat earned was 289,499,085, Can 6,000,000 Frencb-Cana- 
and has Increased by miUians dlans control 14,000,000 EngUsh- 
dnee that date. Hie total sum speaking Canadhms? If we 
paU out to superamaxtea Air- could be talked out of such 
lng that fiscal year was $57,- items as majority rule and 
673,369, which is considerably proportionate representation, we 
lews than the I ntw ee t atone on might wind up with a mneh- 
the fund. C a n adian president, a federal 

AH the money colectod b civa , Bervlc * 
placed In the consolidated rare- largriy iMnned by French- 
nue fund (which covers a very Canadian, an unadvertised cen- 
wide field) upon which the ** 9 ®° *9" 

government pao* interest at 4 n *ws medb and many of the 
per cent It b not possible for trappings of a typical clerloel- 
any government. Individual or ra !f 9t 

corporation to borrow money mpp ?£ ^ 

_ftifiUty of such a etroggi. real 

'"‘Stream Of America 

^ deveio|*nent and. if they can 
U u p ^th pensiCTi B wttiA keep ^ a near^autonomoua condl- 
them fatocresetogpoverty ^ whe „ } ^ ^ eotjtiniM , 
I oarnat agree that Mr. Grace to ul w^h one hand 

S while they took money foxn us 
readiness, beh “ f °* P«siciwi. He ^ 


that aia Mrf, 


affair, and the removal of 


REALIST. 


NDP, Real Caouette cf the I * * * parliamentary performance faUing in. 

CredMstes, Auguste Oioquette, The one catch b time—if compel you to consider his Peace and quiet and good 
the “republican’' among the there* enough of it slipping by assessment. political and parliamentary 

Liberals, nor even the loudest- before the next election, the But the Stanfield appeal goes management have become very, 

mouth - of - them - all, separatist Stanfield public image of quiet deeper than that. very saleable—and doesn't 

Gilles Gregoire. competence conceivably could For it involves not only the Robert Stanfield remind you of. *—.—, _ 

But Conservative leader Stan- begin to fade. Conservative leader* attrac- your confidently competent|their determination to shape a 001X1 ~ 

field, that* who. The Liberals, If they can tion—but more important, the neighborhood bank manager? 


(Mrs.) Gladys a. morton, Wine and Taxes 

Ste- *0* ~ Itekingtan St. o ur government Is raising the 
* * * price of liquor and seine by a 

Under Pressure new tax. Is thb tax based on 
French-Oanadians have stated alcoholic content? Or quantity 


bui uonservauve leaner auin- oerm «o muc. - “ - * * - - ^ -— ar » -4,1-1, 

ild, that* who. The Liberals. If they can I tion—but more important, the! neighborhood bank manager? Canadian society in which they ^ 

___ __ can feel at hone. This means ,~ 7 r 

And for the oddestof reasons Washington Ca lling their Attitudes or^Je E Taitin * JJ*. P^on them? It 

—the cool assumption by the-—■ .fT .. , im seems that most of us buy 

Oorarrvatives and the hot fear Mn maintain wines by their fancy name and 

of the Liberals and NDP that . . - * Sr nTl ^ ^ battle. Actuaily 

rir=.V3k An Illusion m the Bahamas zsJZJSr. 

minister after toe next election. „ „ what they are made. 

It’s the strangest of par- W^TH the broad expense of By MARQUIS CHILDS Party-who representsiHarbour Since it to a government 

Ikmentaiy atoJpheres, 5 - toe torque w^toe a,- from H.rbo-r MUad. Bahama. ^^k * * 

you can feel it, even now with most-empty beach of soft pink ■ - - k *.~4" .. if *r> 111 100 w™ mu * De S 000 - 


ago when there 


'French fact” as it applies to 


toe Comm«x recessed for the ^ ^ ’ tf- brilliant green of margin by which he came to h7lMo^n ‘ bic^s I these toternativr.. m^fbftoe or 

WS'A - —■ - -r -SS-WTLSky - — - - - Sr *=?= iTrr^-S 


carts. Time had stopped. The 


fermented and seasoned. But 


audibly, anyway. spared the corrosive change ‘^f rnm f, nt br °^ht dread ftxc- ^' ter when *m e little 'town m 0 ** En^ishwpeatong C a n a- ^ to F^ce' H fo^a C tfulTand 

And when he has spoken, . . , . „ ... Doding. It would mean another came to ]jf e ^th the junkanu dums are not of English dee- .. 

which hasn’t been often, it has before Castro, free handouts for aU the ^ th e stea d y beat «*«*• Eve " «»* ^f 01 “ t pZISy ^ipen if has 

been with a quiet voice. * the illusion. Macks. And who wiU. pay the ^ vlUagw syrtem to bared « the oorfra- to mi 

With none of the gesturing of But to one who has been ^ * colonial economy wh<?re _ thart was the unchanging * iwial dWiakxis of the 19th g r )n ma i i j ngi 

political play-acting. ooming here for many years it is Jjsct c y cle - mkt^te'"Srin , o!^b 2 ? iSSl" "^re are other countries that 

But with an .altogether immietakably an illusion. In ^ wa * lnevltable - the tide °* * their climate make 

pleasantly disarming reason- fact, this tiny island-less than “ Jjf 1 !*? chan ^ ha * “ugh* up with this gjjrj 1 wonderful wine equal if m* 

ableness, and making good four mile, long end half, mile ^ outpobt - How far is iU reach is «“ superior to champagne. But in 

stnsc. wide-is a microcoan of the «** lsl " ,ds ! . the troubling question. d.ctatorslup which gave me to ^there to toe 

Mart of the time in toe to the * ‘Saff^sSS ^ w., t^pJdtafclS **£*£££ Mme - “ OUr K DV€rnmwlt alm ‘ 

Commons he has just sat there, evolution of rising expects- Wlth th, flood « touristll . » *** ’ to protect us toe tex .hall not 


^ TTnrftah Timfeinir fans * B 11116 Champagne COUntiy 

town too*. EngUthap«fong_i | C_a n a- ^ , s ^ Fpance a rfuU and 


often not once opening his tions - In small ways, and pouring into toe Bahamas — a 

____ because the scale is so small ^ to Castro, since Dateline: Europe 

toe players in toe game ore hag , hllt ^ *n tourists -- 

readily dtstin giMsh able, there ^ government in Nassau oon- _ — r 

X Oday fronts another dilemma. That is Vpflr HT 

J chunks cf empire in Africa and ln fte name of pro- A vSXl UI 

Tn Wicffinr ,w *y gress, and profit, the islands 

XU XXloXUr y from Britannia a embrace. will aU be overdeveloped with By ^ 

By THE CANADIAN PRESS * * * r *«J “tote, bote* qul ^' b ,^ k ^\UR world la bl-poia; 

Hie Supreme Court of Canada sometolnT° of the untouched ,, 


Year of Manoeuvres 


By OTTO VON HIM1ITM 


be based on the popularity of 
any particular wine, but how 
good it is. It is a fact that in 
certain wines there is coloring, 
grain alcohol, sugar, and plenty 
at water, etc. White certain 
wines have some medical merit, 
other wines, even though ideas- 


E, THE CANADIAN PEESS ’ w " SS5“5ZS “ O™ W “ U " "* ^ "TT ’Tf 

irpsw lSFS rS =&-^ ~ ^ 

♦r, a- __ cj p nr iu toe Bahamas with a prepon- rr> _ r _ are *o be 1,1 rce forces <*•/ ” _ ._ government or those in charge 

Ui'feSinSr to wartime de ™ rtl y H**™ IWP**® haB ■ preserve-i This is perhaps an m 4 8 ht ^ ^em, Maritime Asia, K would be an illuokin totope |n#ke |ur<? toat a compteta 
to? Ne **° Lmdrn O. Pind- one to an the Euro ** China. But -too. to that Warttington and Mosrow ^ ^ ^ mad< , 

ling, who took Mi law degree at ^SottETS rhILg expecto toxnediate future hope, do m!*t com. to terata on Vtet- ^ „ tJl0 , abel Bl 

**» Onlversky of London, is 5S^ slnee how canore “>* <*»**• it ia the two really nam e^e Thm Arts ta ^ dnjg,. ^ mis way the 

\ ^ _ striving valiantly to bring about expectatlorii ^ met without Mg countries that will make toe ***** *■ q fr m m t T cg l ” 1 .^ public can be property advised 

' * _" ta ? ip orderly jrogreea toot will mean JJdoJnmt and mere develop- ultimate decisions. These de- in making their choice and they 

** wartlm ® bptter houalng> .chools, medical P and ^ gtDl pend to a large degree on their E “*. Qfoa, Euro pe, toe nuclear ^ have a form cf protection 

tranon. care for his fFlowers in the (jevelopmentT mutual understanding. ixxi-iroaftTation treaty. I" * for toe price they will have to 

1477 - Battle of Nancy. Progressiva Ltoersl Party. When we |UrtiK j coming here In 1968 America elects a **»• dorrtewted byjreajnns of m 

1«1 _* -r»A. Vrenrii kmpnn m No one on this Idyllic Island is 15 years ago there were 10 or 15 president. The primaries begin masa-deetnicttan^ j ^ 11 “ 6 *« A B. RANDY 

three-day no! on de Gaulle* ***** to start a revolution. But motor-driven vehiolei on the in March. They continue witil Questions e re link ed. An - 

uXlog. ” * V «* ^ th. ««,. m u,, h. ^ <» T 


of this, before overtaxing, the 
government or those in charge 


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Enticement over Borders in Line with Basic Military Strate 


By FREDERICK NOSSAL, from Hong Kong 

As the U.S. and the Communists step up their 
pressure in Southeast Asia, the Vietnam war is 
spilling across the frontiers into neighboring coun¬ 
tries. Although Vietnam is sapping Communist 
strength, guerrillas and Communist regular troops 
are expanding their operations in Laos, Thailand, 
Cambodia and Burma. 

The expansion is in line with 
basic military strategy. Asia’s 

-Communists are gradually 

widening their guerrilla activ¬ 
ity in an effort to dilute U.S. 
firepower in Vietnam. 

* ★ ★ 

U.S. commander in Viet¬ 
nam. General William West¬ 
moreland haa already an¬ 
nounced that his prime aim in 
1968 wil be to inflict as many 
casualties as possible on the 
enemy. 

An obvious Communist res¬ 
ponse during the coming year 
will ba to draw awn more 


the populated areas of South 
Vietnam and has inflicted 
serious defeats an Commun¬ 
ists convinced that Vietnam 
will influence the entire 
Southeast Asian campaign 
against Communism. 


Many experts in Aslan 
affairs see the U.S. becoming 
Involved in a spreading Asian 
land war which could last up 
to 20 years, and become 
unbearably costly for the 
West In terms of men and 
financial resources. 

The U.S. already has 500,000 
troops, 50 ships, 5,000 planes 
and helicopters, 1,500 mortars, 
1,200 cannons, as well as a 
growing supply of bombs and 
napalm in South Vietnam. 


U.S. troops into the fight in 
various regions of Vietnam as 
weH as In Laos and Thailand. 


Only a handful at expert* 
agree with tills highly opti¬ 
mistic assessment. 

Most diplomats and plan¬ 
ners with any knowledge of 
Asian Communism warn that 
sporadic fighting oould drag 
on until the late 1970s, even 
the 1980s, mi ess Washington 
pot* greater stress an building 
a stable political base in South 
Vietnam. 


"The more you can con¬ 
strict the area of the war, the 
better your chances of win¬ 
ning, “ Sir Robert Thompson, 
a former British military 
adviser to the South Viet¬ 
namese goveramait, told 
Americans recently. 

Thompson, who master¬ 
minded British pacification 
efforts in Malaysia in the 
1950s, Is against major escala¬ 
tion in Vietnam. 


The Pentagon’s reply is that 
Mao himself uaed to tell his 
military commander that con¬ 
centration at troops was the 
first and most et as nti a l factor 
In suooissful warfare. 

Oeperal Westmoreland has 
concentrated Ms troops In all 


U.S. - military commanders 
frequently tend to forget that 
the Communist Party despite 
the Sino-Soviet ideological 
.spilt has built strong grass¬ 
roots organizations in most 
Southeast Asian lands. 

to many underdeveloped 
remote areas of Southeast 
Asia, well-trained Communist 
cadres can quickly mobtilze 
millfla units to fight the local 
establishment. 


Sense of Steadiness Lackin 


STARTS SOON 


By JOSEPH KRAFT, from Washington 
Coming oa top ef the President's four-day trip around 
the world, his return to the ranch underlines one of the 
salient features of tin Johnson style. That feature Is a strange 
rhythm of work which la apt to take on real Importance aa 
the IMi MMftp draws oa. 

Johnson works in fits and 
starts. He has periods of 
hypertense super-activity ex¬ 
pressed in Niagaras of ora¬ 
tory often delivered in the 
midst of dashes around town. 


Often these guerrilla groups 
may be small but they can 
totally disrupt the normal life 
of an area and this is the 
basic problem thousands of 
Asian military officers and 
public servants at uU levels of 
gove rn ment have to face. 


not to mention the country or 
the world. 

Alternating with these are 
spells of somnolent dormancy 
when Step in FetcHt seems to 
be president end officials all 
over Washington scratch their 
heads waiting for word from 
the Whit# House on pending 
decisions. 


The Two Faces of President Johnson. 


On top of temperament, 
moreover, there is what I 
have called happening politics. 
Johnson shares with aQ presi¬ 
dents tiie hard task of winning 
popular understanding for the 
complicated and boring things 
presidents do mcwt of the 
time. 

Unlike moet recent presi¬ 
dents, he has no great stock 
of popular sympathy of affec¬ 
tion which he can use to focus 
attention on his more tedious 
accomplishments. 


Why Johnson 
Didn’t Jump 
At Hanoi Offer 


Without even declaring war, 
China could send an endless 
stream of weti-trained regu¬ 


lars and militiamen into 


Johnson, on the contrary, 
wins respect and admiration 
by doing the job well, by 
being what he calls a "per¬ 
formance president.” 

But in order to drive home 
the point, in order to catch 
the ear of thd public, to make 
people aware of his perform¬ 
ance, he has had to devise 
happenings which present his 
acliievements i n dramatic 
form. 

That is why he dashes to 
the TV station to announce 
settlement of a strike, or sign 
an immigration bill at the 
Statue of Liberty. 


By CARL T. ROWAN, from Washington 

Why didn’t President Johnson jump eagerly to test 
Hanoi's latest offer of peace talks if the U.S. halts the 
bombing of North Vietnam? 

Secretory of State Dean 
Rusk has said for months that 
he would be in Geneva, or any 
place else, within hours if the 
Communists really want to 
talk peace. 

But when his North Viet¬ 
namese counterpart, Nguyen 
Duy T r i n h , makes what 
appears to be a categorical 
promise of talks, U.S. officials 
■pend days "studying” his 
remarks. 


There is suspicion here that 
Trinh's subtle peace overture 
was designed to hlghten pres¬ 
sure on the U.S. from the 
Pope and others. 


• The gradual hardening 
of Johnson’s attitude. Two 
years ago, in order to avoid 
that hard decision to put 
500,000 GIs in Vietnam, the 
U.S. probably would have r 
accepted any negotiated peace 
that looked honorable on 
paper. I am convinced that 
the Comimsmts could have 
negotiated a settlement that 
would have permitted them to 
take politically what they 
have ■ u bsequently been 
unable to take militarily. 


But a president can’t sign 
immigration bills at the 
Statoe of Liberty twice. For 
the thing about happenings is 
that they don't recur. And 
thus happening politics also 
reinforces the sense of fitful 
rhythm in the Johnson presi¬ 
dency. 

What makes the playing out 
of the fitful rhythm especially 
interesting this year is that 
the opportunities are meagre. 
If only because the election Is 
coming up, there are severe 
limits ot — to use an awful 
phrase now current In the 
White House — the president's 
"wiggle room.” 

With respect to Vietnam, 
Johnson can launch a new 


down a long Usf of blockages 
that hamper product A chief 
target is the issue of union 
demarcation, or the jurisdio- 
tional dispute aa it is known 
in Canada. 

The pinnacle of restriction 
is reached in his description 
of how it takes men from six 
trades In Install a porthole on 
a ship, which he considers a 
two-man job. 


By JOHN LeBLANC 
From London 

Britain’s ability to claw out 
of her economic morass de¬ 
pends greatly on shaking off 
ancient drags on production. 
A new study on the subject 
paints a glum picture of how 
“restrictive” practices con¬ 
tinue to clog industrial output. 

Its conclusion is that the 
government will have to swing 
a heavy club, by mobilizing 
the law against recalcitrant 
employers, unions and work¬ 
ers, if Britain *s often- 
nnachrontstic methods are to 
catch up with 20th century 
advances. 


Many people will cite this 
as new evidence that Johnson 
will settle for nothing short of 
military triumph in Vietnam. 
Others will find it incompre¬ 
hensible in view of the 
assumption that Johnson is 
more than eager to get this 
political albatross from 
around his neck before the 
November elections — or even 
before the political conven¬ 
tions. 


But that was 15,000 Ameri¬ 
can deaths and 85,000 injuries 
ago — and many months 
further away from a presiden¬ 
tial election. U.S. negotiators 
now will have tn drive a hard 
enough bargain to prevent 
But tiie re are some specific anyone’s saying that all those 
reasons for what seems to be GIs died in vain, 
administration foot-dragging 
on the Trinh statement. They 
are: 

# Disbelief, 1 n official 
Washington, that Hanoi has 
made any significant policy 
change — or that Hanoi would 
choose a remark by the 
foreign minister at an insig¬ 
nificant reception as a means 
of revealing a new policy. 

• Johnson’s desire not to 
make himself more vulnerable 
to public pressure by Pope 
paid. In their recent meeting, 
the Pontiff pressured Johnson 
In the most plaintive terms to 
make some magnanimous uni¬ 
lateral gesture toward peace 
in Vietnam. He. pleaded with 
Johnson to take no step, that 
might widen the war to 
Cambodia and Laos. 

While it is exaggeration to 
■ay that the meeting was 
hostile, it is correct to say 
that Johnson resisted the 
Pope’s appeals, and the meet¬ 
ing was not satisfactory on 
either aide. 


A shipwright marks out the 
opening. A burner cuts It. A 
caulker dresses K. A driller 
fits the frame. A brass filter 
attaches the brass door. A 
joiner fixes the shutter hook. 

He also cites a Liverpool 
shipyard strike which event¬ 
ually involved 3,700 men and 
which began over who was to 
twang the chalked string 
marking off metal to be cut 
away. 

Lincoln blames not only 
labor but management for not 
having gumption enough to 
beat off restrictive practices. 


The study is called "The 
Restrictive Society,” an indi¬ 
cation of how far the author 
considers the economy has 
been saturated with old cus¬ 
toms of overmanning and 
underwork. He is John A. 
Lincoln, one of the architects 
of Britain’s current welfare 
state as principal assistant to 
toe late Lord Beveridge, 
father of the social security 
system. 


THE PICK OF Punch 


The stud* was made for the 
Institute of Economic Affairs, 
a research organization spon¬ 
sored by Industry. 

Lord Shawcross, former 
Labor government trade chief 
as president ot the board of 
trade, observes wryly in a 
foreword’ that people else¬ 
where refer to this country as 
"half-time Britain.” 

"The truth is that the 
economy is working at less 
than half throttle,” Shawcross 
says. 


MEN S HATS 

Prices Greatly Reduced 


Jut* mca flfoUM i» 
Paachai. 

Or Napoleon ia Brands. 
Or Suzotta Is Croffca. i' 

Chicken lover* head far 
Ernie's for Cofoaff 
Sanders’ Kentucky Irlsti ; 
chicken -j ready to taka 
out and finfler-Uckiti* 

gaud. I 


In talks with top aides, one 
of toe president's major argu¬ 
ments against a cessation of 
bombing has been that once 
he makes such a move Pope 
Paul end others will subject 
him to intolerable pressure to 
forbid a resumption of bomb¬ 
ing no matter bow flagrantly 
the Communists use toe ces¬ 
sation to their military advan¬ 
tage. 


Shawcross, also a former 
attorney-general, adds that he 
is reluctantly forced to toe 
view that legal measures will 
have to be taken to render 
restrictive practices illegal, 
with penalties on unions and 
individuals, ant' to ensure toe 
observance of individual and 
collective bargains. 

Linodln, in 252 pages, runa 


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{ OTTAWA (CP) — A steady | Primate said of the Toronto na- 
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scushms bearing Vincent Mas- Maatey-Harris Co. Ltd., the 
gey’i medals as Canada bade a family firm. 

•wintry farewell Thursday to its H nn rr DEAR 

lint native roveroor-rmeral I . . 


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JW ellington Street, bleak with k*°Ple "*» agulnrt all odds 
winter, marked the country's scldeved their great place In 
fast tribute to one of its great •*** '**• °f Canada.” 
tnen. SIX CARS 


NEW HALL 

A photo in the 95-year-old 
church showed Massey opening 
Ms new hall In 1955. In another 
photo, he was visiting It with the 
Queen Mother in 1964. 

! A large wreath of red and 
whits roses from Queen Eliza¬ 
beth and Prince Philip was 
plaeed near the coffin by Gover¬ 
nor-General Michener. 

The Massey family asked that 
no other flowers be placed in 
the church. However, a number 
at floral tributes arrived and 
were set aside in an ante-cham¬ 
ber. 

ROSE BASKET 

A basket of roses from the 
Str a tfor d Shakespearean Festi¬ 
val recalled Massey's ac¬ 
tive role in promoting culture in 
Canada. The 10-year-oid heir to 
a term machinery fortune was 
chairman at a royal commission 
on the arts, letters and sciences 
before becoming governor-gen¬ 
eral. 

During the funeral service, 
about 20 relatives filled two 
pews to the right of the coffin, 
wiitefl was covered with a 
maple leaf flag. 

Raymond Maaaey, the re¬ 
nowned actor and brother of the 
late governor-general, walked 


At Port Hope, about 250 per¬ 
sons gatttered In near-zero tem¬ 
peratures Thursday night as a 
six-car special train horn Ot¬ 
tawa carried home the body of 
this town's moat famous clti- 
z«i. 

Vincent'Mass ay, Canada's 
first native-born governor-gen¬ 
eral, called Port Hope his home. 
Hia body arrived at 6:30 p m. 
Thursday night for transfer to 
Batter-wood, the Massey estate, 
and burial at I a m. PST today. 
DULL DAY 

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Port Hope when the body ar¬ 
rived. The flag-draped coffin 
was lowered from the train into 
the hands of six bareheaded 
members of the RCMP. 


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Free-Time Work Defies Unions 


Minutes for Britain 




LONDON (AP)—A work-for-nothing campaign to 
help put Britain back on her feet brought disputes be¬ 
tween workers and trade union leaders Thursday. 


Two hundred workers at one 
Britiin factory rebelled against 
a union ardor forbidding them 
to work 30 minutes free In the 
“I’m backing Britain" drive. 

“No on* tails us what to do 
with our spare Kmc.” said 
worker Harry Tyler. 

SAME TOOC 


Ship Taken 
Under Tow 


SAME TUSK >u take, la tow by Islaad 

At the. same time. Prime Tug and Barge’s flagship Bui- 
Mlnister Wilson sent a telegram hury M ^jy Thunday might, 
to the firm at Surbiton near i mnMM iUto cause •« the treu- 
London where five girl typists bl „ wu ^ knewa . The 
launched the campaign. Bhlp wu take- in taw IM 

“I welcome this demenstra- niilen southwest of Capo Ftat- 
tion of public spirit,” Wilson tery. 
said. 

“Any agreed step which can MBhinMHBHMi 
be worked out to increase the 

competitiveness of Britain is of ni* 1 

immense value. I congratulate 
the girls on their initiative.” 

INITIAL REACTION 

Desoita an Initial cynical OlOWS 

reaction to the Idea by many Hi* _l 

workers there were signs that M: llffill>S 

the campaign was spreading. . 

nvii . loci a* 


competitiveness of Britain Is of __ _ , -y 

immense value. I congratulate n/l9!9!Ff 1*#I 

the girls on their initiative.” if U- 

INITIAL REACTION 

Desoita an initial cynical OlOWS 

reaction to the idea by many Hi* # fl 

workers there were signs that M: llffill>S 

the campaign was spreading. . 

in . Ural Air Canada’s wetabound 

council office at Tunbridge . ir *> Jff**?* 

Wclla I n southern England ** pr®*™ 

volunteered to work longer Tjg 

l-aurs for no extra pay for the 
nexi three months. 

__ light. Commuter Mghhi be- 

vtrtori . ^ VUCOUVM 


Blast Frees 
Natural Gas 

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP)— 


Big Firm 
Wants 
Licence 


A public hearing open* this 
morning in Victoria into Crown 
Zellerbach Ltd.'s application for 
a tree farm licence which would 
give the company management 
rights in 261,000 acres, of British 
Columbia's Coastal forests. 

The hearing opens at 9 a m. 
before Resources Minister WU- 
liaton Li Victoria Law Courts. 

ISLAND WOODS 

The application involves com¬ 
pany-held and government tirtr 
berlands on northern Vancouver 
Island, the Queen Charlottes and 
the Rivers Inlet area of the 
Mainland: 

Three regions, two of which 
are centred around Crown's' 
present operations, are included 
in the bid. They are in the Sand- 
rpit area of the Queen Char¬ 
lottes, Beaver Cove on Vancou¬ 
ver Island and the Owikeno 
Lake district. 

PRESIDENT 

Robert Rogers, president and 
chief executive officer of Crown 
Zellerbach Canada Ltd., will 
lead the company’s presentation 
to Mr. Williston. 


Jackie 

Needs 

Liver 


RITIMAT, B.C. (CP) — Two- 
year-old Jackie Kilbura left 
Her* Thursday by air for Den¬ 
ver to undergo a liver trans¬ 
plant operation. 

Mrs. Don Kilburn accom¬ 
panied her daughter to the Uni¬ 
versity of Colorado medical 
centre and will remain until the 
child is able to return to this 
northwestern British Columbia 
community in about four 
months. 

Doctors here say the opera¬ 
tion has been performed 15 
times and is given a 65 per cent 
chance of suecess. 

The child was bom without 
• gall bladder and btle duct 
and her life has been threat¬ 
ened several times by internal 
hemorrhaging. 


Scouts , Cubs 
Plan Drivesr 

Three Boy Scout and Cub or¬ 
ganizations in the Greater Vic¬ 
toria area will hold bottle drives 
gattYday. 

About 150 youngsters are ex¬ 
pected to turn out for doorAe- 
donr collections of bottles, that 
will be later turned In to din 
pensaries for funds. The groups 
are the 8th Gary Oak Cub Packs 
and Soout Troop of St. Phillip's 
Anglican Church; Brentwood 
Bay’s 2nd Tsartlip cubs and 
scouts; and the 9Ui Fort Vic¬ 
toria Scouts and Cubs. 


Brothers 

Find 

Support 

Next week Is Big Brother 
Week In B.C., and Provincial 


at the piemaklng firm In _ 

Rusklngtan. Lincolnshire, are to 

work half an hour extra a day ■ ...- 

for nothing — and the firm 
agreed to match the offer by 

not going ahead with Intended Min of- |4 rope 
pnc« Increase* tor Its goods. DIoSl T I CCB 

working a free 30 minutes at .n Natural Gas 

SSSL saj-ssr j-s-a 

OPPOSED BY UNIONS today from toe cavity created 

George Birratt, general reidreground nuclear ex- 

secretary of the powerful Con- !*»<« in northwestern New 
(••deration of Shipbuilding and Mexico. 

Engineering Unions, said: 

Bottle Drive 

won national agreements." The fourth Juan de Fuoa Boy 

Jim Conway, leader of the Scouts and Cubs will stage a 
1,300.000-member Amalgamated bottle drive throughout the Met- 
Lngineering Union, branded the chosin area starting at I a.m. 
campaign as a "pure gimmick.” Saturday. 


Secretary Wesley Black campaign as a "pure gimmick, 
signed proelamstins Thura- “ 

day. Premier Bennett and _ 

:::i;rL“"r: Liberals Dispute 

group, whose executive direc¬ 
tor U Frank Saunders, left. \fiott\W\T 

Big Brothers give boys sup- O V It \ 

port, Influencs and guidance, ^ 

help take place of fathers REGINA (CP)—The Saakat-Itrovert results of the Oct. Ill 
missing doe to death, divorce chewan Liberal party has provincial election in Welseyl 


or desertion.—-(Jim Ryan) 


Coast Parity Closer 


Interior Lumbermen 
Hail Breakthrough 


launched proceedings to con- constituency under the provi-j 
- ------ sions of the Saskatchewan Con¬ 
troverted Elections Act. 

*#>r f. c. Newis, local registrar at j 

—— the prowmeisi courthouse here, 

said *n an interview Thursday 
that Liberal candidtte WLfcbam 
11 TTI hprmpn McHugh filed the peiticn Dec. 
UU1UL1 HIGH 22 on grounds there "were cer¬ 
tain irregularities” in the m*n- 
1 .1 1 ner in which OCF candidate 

iktnrough “ w# nomim - 

CDF PARTY 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Agree -1 
ment to end a strike at one of 
a number of lumber operations 
in tile southern Britito Gohxn- 
bia interior was emounoed 
Thursday night. 

Hie International Wcxxhvurk- 
ers of Amcrtoa, whose 5,000 
southern Interior members 
struck Obt. 4, hailed the agree¬ 
ment as a "major break¬ 
through” toward over-ail settle¬ 
ment. 

The agreement with Celgar 
Ltd., which operates a pulp 
mill, sawmill and other woods 
operations in the Castiegar 
area, provides parity with coast 
woodworkers by 3970, said the 
IWA. 


Parity with ooast IWA mem¬ 
bers, who ere paid 50 cents an 
hour more than those in the 
mutton interior, is a major 
issue in the dispute. 

Crigar l.*d. bargained Inde¬ 
pendently of the Southern In¬ 
terior Lumber Manufacturers' 
Association, bargaining agent 
tar most of the employers. 

About 300 men are involved 
in toe strike at the Celgar saw¬ 
mill. The IWA spokesman said 
the agreement provides for an 
immediate 34 cent hourly raise, 
another 10 cents in 1968 and an¬ 
other six cents in 1969. In 
addition. It induderf whatever 
increases are obtained bv coast 
workers in 1968 and 1969. 


Messer defeated Liberal can¬ 
didate William McHugh by 87; 
votes in a contest for a seat 
held by OCF party member J. 
H. Brocket bank until tvs retire¬ 
ment in 1967. 

The Liberals have 35 seats to 
the New Democratic Party's 24. 1 

Newis said no dale had been 
set for the hearing. 

Liberal spokesmen were un¬ 
available for comment. 


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• Freezers • Stereos • Ranges 
• Color TV • Dryers •Dishwashers 


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Floor samples and demonstrator models. 
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• Limited quantity j 


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• Instant-on • Lightweight • Telescopic 
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set • Limited quantity 4 4 

Clearance I I ■ 

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• Solid state chassis • Multi-speaker system 

• Ample record storage __ _ - 

• Contemporary styling O QQ 

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9 Walnut finish 

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• Solid state chassis • Multi-speaker system 

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• Contemporary styling mj Q nR 

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• Warning signal light 

• Built-in lock _ 

• 5-year food spoilage m 

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N Han-I 


Harex 3000 3 8 37 37% +»% 

fw-w-ner xinn .10 30 30 

Heileter* 2000 21 20 % 21 

1^1 him 8910 785 165 T70 —10 

h.g Nama 3500 11% in 31-3 

hlark Bay WM1 R% 8% H% + % 

>1, Hawk 2050 33% S3 33 

Bralnme 888 220 215 231 +10 

Hr Reef 14500 34 3-1 34 +1 

Bmnxwk 3925 325 605 515 -10 

Bunker H 9800 19 18 1X% + % 

Calmor IB 1650 1 23 123 13 — 2 

Camflo 7925 395 375 390 +15 

Camp Chib 300 740 725 725 -15 

Camfi RL 220 128% 26% 28% - % 

C Tun* 12750 280 24» 2*0 +12 

C llynn 9550 39 233 34 - 5 

C Keely 13500 • * 8% — % 

C -encourt 7000 16 15% 18+2 

C NlatO r900 62 57 0 +3 

Candor* 2000 1 6 15% 15% 

t xntaln 20 M 18 18 II 

Casatar 1190 117% 17% 17% 

Cent Pa* 7(100 3»0 172 172 — I 

Cheatrvlla 4400 29 28 29 

CIHh M 4000 62 82 62 +1 

Chlm 11900 142 139 141, + 1 

Coch Will 500 125 325 125 +1 

Comb Met 500 38 18 18 

Cnnlaeaa 1000 M 48 48 —3 

ConlgO 10100 34 3.1 84 +1% 

Cnn-Rey inon 8% 8% R% 

C Shawhey 3000 23 21 21 

C Bellek W 00 II 1* 1! 

t'nrrcdrp 3500 SI S' » 

Cop Field* 1967 1 27 123 125 — I 

Cnp Man 3000 32 % 32% 12% 

toulae SPIW 44 4 3 43 —1 

courvan *100 10 % 10 % 10 % 

Cralgmt t»0 *12% 12% 12% 

Catland 2980 25 23 » 

Ci own 79108 31% 30 10—3 

Deerfn* 4IW1 9% 9% 9% — % 

TVAra *150(1 23% 52 22 

JVei Horn 1000 28 21 28 

I) Eld* 14500 R7 83 95 +2 

Denlann 2715 *M% 83 «3 - 1 

Mrhnan l«no 345 SW 3.m + s 

Ditrovry .180 111 116 118 

ljome 1100 *58 % 37% 5*% + % 

Dora'.da 7200 1 5 1 5 1 3 

Eaat Mai 830 173 315 173 - 5 

Kaat Bull 2300 BOO *40 540 + 3 

Ertdako 325 *12% 12% 12% 

Fw»l T 1500 mi 11 11% + % 

1 Mar 100 140 3 40 140 

F Nat U ran 3300 *3 81 81 —3 

r Ctenada M00 21 21 21 +1 

Frubex 1814 3 90 385 395 — 3 

l.nt Maart 22IW 125 123 1 25 

Giant Yk 937 90fl KSn *81 -30 

Gldry *2480 350 140 141 - 3 

(tolilrm 11300 .54 SO 50 - 3 

4>ond 1864n WB 150 *65 +3 

t.radora 5000 19% II 19 

l.randroy 8000 48 4 4 44 -1 

(.undue 327 5 690 GH0 680 -W 

Granule 8071 *11% 11% 11% 

C.r#n Pnt 20000 45 .15 42 +7 

CUlch 44100 35 29 29% -3% 

Gulf L 33500 8% 8 1% +1% 

Gunner 3260 179 174 ITS — 4 

Radnor 100 323 32* 325 -23 

Heating! 6548 200 180 192 +12 

Headway lOOfl 17 17 37 

Heath MOO 8 7% 7%—% 

Hlgh-HI 1223 *19% 18 18 

Bellinger 1280 *29 28% ,2*% - % 

Hud Bet 358 *39% »—•*>% +1% 

Hvdra Ex *130 15 13 15 

lilt BILI. 1 3100 *1 «» II 

Iron Bay I non 1*3 393 393 — 5 

I»o 1700 165 139 159 — 1 

Jaya Exp 1500 13% 15% 15% - % 

•telex 25040 29 % 28% 27 — 1 

JtinamIUl .1500 28 % 2* 26% 

Joutel 3*00 89 *5 89 +4 

Jnwtey 8.18 7.1 73 71 +2 

Kam Kotla ISOti 305 305 S"5 

Kerr Add 4345 *18% 17% 17% % 

Kelly Dad 5010 22 20 22 +4 

1C Anaron 1435 7 3 7 0 7 0 —3 

Kid Coper 9550 74 72 74 -1 

kirk M 22808 14 U 13 —1% 


Toronto Oils 


Ne4 

Block galea High Law rkse Ck'ge 

Aimln 13540 700 890 890 

An. l.fduc 3000 17% 17 17% + % 

Aiamera am 85n 825 825 —33 

Banff nm |I5% 13% 13% - % 

If ana 900 125 120 125 +5 

Cb Pet *1923 345 820 340 + 25 

C Doll I 24Z5 510 495 800 -20 

C Delhi w >41X1 85 80 80 

C Ex Gaa 5.100 753 735 735 -23 

C Grldoll 3800 *14 13% 13% — % 

t Hnmeatd 800 320 *10 515 

Cdn Sup O 1222 (47% 48 48 -1% 

Cdn Trlcnt It 755 753 7a 

C Del 39773 *23 % 22% 22% — % 
<hlelt*n D 1000 955 840 *55 +10 

C Weal P 1800 157 155 157 + 8 

Dynam 30000 164 180 180 - 8 

Fargo 2N«I 79(1 750 790 + 70 

Frew h Pt 7912 785 765 770 — 3 

Gr Plain. 2600 320% 20% 211% * % 

LI COlladl *10 *12% 12 13% + % 
Int Hell 40368 *05 285 290 — 8 

Mtdcon 14700 50 47 48% — % 

Mill C mann ito 168 170 + ft 

Nat Pel* 2550 270 260 270 + 5 

N Cnnt 19U31 »l 80 M ♦ 8 

N D«v 21500 IX 18 17 + I 

NCL pr 750 33* 3« 3* 

Numic 4125 473 470 470 —10 

Numt w 158.31 MB 102 1113 — 2 

Okalta *3.13 14 14 14 

Permo *5nn 24 » + % 

Peruv 240(1 235 220 220 +13 

Pel'Ol 75450 114 ins 108 — 6 

Flrnacle P 6110 395 390 395 

Plant G 220(1 ]«9 1 68 168 +2 

Rangi-r 9825 510 500 500 —10 

bvUtry 18560 *50 47 48% —1% 

S|.«Hi 14956 ISO HR 122—2 

Inad (Ml 8810 280 775 275 —7 

li Lanao w 9850 3*11 220 225 + * 

Wtlalea 7094 825 823 823 + 23 

W Der 19438 400 300 400 + 1 J 

W Dent W 1950 189 IRS IRS 


Bank of BC Z1 28 

BC Mnly wta 8% • 

Be Moly 78 M 88 

Kape Tpnrt 6% «> 

Qka Hell 2 pfri 11% 12 

Pac l##a rnn. 21 
Pac Leu pfd 28 
PWA 7 7* 190 1 90 

PWA 7 *2 108 111 

■ONI* 

Dom. of Can. 


North Pacific 43 47 

North.rn Coal 26 24 

North Stag 110 115 

Plateau 27 29 

Proa per 8 I 

Rainbow 9 10 

Reco 14 

Stellako 33 16 

Venua 90 96 

Vlmy 3 4 

Wardalr 6% 6 

Wlngdom 3 7 

MimTAt mw 

All Cdn Com «4 RM 

Al) Cdn Dfv 998 MM 

Amer nmwih 700 785 

Cdn Acadian 303 380 

Canalund M79 Mil 

Cda Growth 720 791 

Cdn Energy 1339 14*7 

Cdn Inv Fund 400 439 

Cdn Trualted 447 4tS 

Champion 7m 793 

Collect Find 874 731 

Cnmmnwlih HIM 3.135 

Corp Inv 597 642 

Com Equity 816 842 

UIS B 477 S28 

Dom Dfv 322 .150 

Dom Comp 447 488 

Exec Fund 7IH 8113 

Federated 794 688 


Affair 28 

Alice Am 13 

Alllaon Fail 
Bell Moly W 

Ballex 7 

Big 1 33 

B-mangk 11 

Callro 25 

Callx 1.7 

Cambrl 41 

Can Baranra 22 

Canzar 8 

Cap'aln Int 6 

Centura 23 

Chrlatln* Lake 29 
Cicada 22 

Clnola 29 

Cleveland 10 

Croat Veit 92 

rivntrm* 9* 

. Far Eaat 60 

Foreat Ker 17 

Giant Reef 1 20 
Gibraltar 30 


advivtd that the following companlea 
have entered Into underwriting and op-" 
linn agreement* which may result in 
ireaaury ihare* nt theae companlea be¬ 
ing under dlatrlbutlnn currently through 
the lacllltlea nf the Exchange: 

Armiue 42200 21 19 21 + 1 

C Mines 80X00 49% 42 48 +7 

Glenn 14000 19% 19 19—1 

Karim 30300 17 la l« —1% 

U Canao 48IH 310 300 *03 +10 


Dividends 

Angtn-Canadlaa Telephona Company 
Lid.. 4H''„ preferred 38% rente; 290 
preferred 73 centa; 2.65 preferred 88% 
cent.: M5 preferred 78% centa; all 
Feb 1, record Jan. 30. 

Xfanntr ' Inrioxtrlea I4d„ common I 
centa, Jan 13. record Jan. 11. 


IP Metal. 14(1 145 


Secnrlttaf* 


l«Ul» (SoicnlEt Vlctorto, B.C, Frldoy, January 5, 1968 


Today’s Dollar 

MONTRK«t%- Clrxie 


Market Roundui 


Toronto Industrials 


Sd 

*53 

93 

33 

+ 1% 

_• >3 
Tl'O 

tl6% 

43 

18% 

41 

18% 

- % 

3M 

*12 

11% 

12 

+ % 

1136 

2H3 

215 

273 


ssno 

295 

276 

290 

+ 20 


Vancouver 

Trading 

Net 

lark galea Hitk I+w ciaaa (A n 
Mine. 

! anon 31 SO M -1% 

era 2200 41 41 49 —1 

vlD 7600 1911 18* 1X6 

uk 300 28 21 21 +1 

a* 9030 2» W0 2X4 

rtic 15900 *10 290 294 -• 

IngtOD 41X10 M S3 IS -I 

naefl 12*0 30% 30% 20 % +1 

Ibex 1000 *Q *0 50 

u> cop 30 a in rra tho +i> 

-nltc 2500 *0 3> *0 +1% 

■ Mar vno ( I * 

nmac 7700 IS 10 10 -3 

mda 7730 *58 833 813 —1* 

-nanaa lira 18 18 18 

Ilia 17000 81 67 89 -1 

■ Coa 1000 IS 31 18+1 

IK tea aon 30 18 20+1 


t! 8. dollar 
Puund aterlln* . 

NEW YORK— 
Canadian dollar 
Pound aUrllnf . 


11 " 3/32 mneh. 

2 80 7/8 unrh. 

Cloaa 

9Q 48/M 4 in* 
2 40 13/83 unch. 


E 

SBi 

c*«# Coa 
Canoea 

Carte Bell 


Capri 15000 29 27 28 

Carte Bell 2000 80 80 80 +9 

Carte Gold 73ft 31 33 33 +1 

C**c Mcly M0 91 91 91 

C+alnn 19000 37 35% 37 +1 

C Vantor 5300 32 *0 SO —2% 

Chat* way 1000 26 2S 28 

Unircnllf 20650 144 133 138 —4 

(up boo 4421 10% 10 10 - % 

Coaat 911 8000 II S3 13 +a 

C Mcklney 2300 » M 13+3 

C Skeen* 14001 M M 18-3 

4300 38 27 27 —1 

7000 19 14% 14% — % 

2700 27 23 23 -* 

__ 2300 *M 8% 3% + % 

cop Rid** an » » rr +1 

Cawfshan 2000 71 21 21 —2 



*30% 

*♦ 

20% 

+ % 


415 

410 

413 

+ 13 

300 

90 

90 



360 

380 

3811 

380 


4798 

*30% 

30 

30% 

- % 


K« 

M 

94 


3(0 

*13% 

13% 

13% 

+1% 


128% 


28% 

- % 

3 

*28 

28 

3H 

— % 

rtrt 

115 

145 

145 


700 

*11% 

11% 

U% 



440 




105 

*M% 

51% 

31% 



Dund-a 

Dy natty 

Larlcrcat 

Eotlakn 

Galaxy 

Lencorta 


100 

*u% 

33% 

■ 

7000 

T 

T 

7 

17900 

re 

48 

49 

4000 

aa 

IS 

IS 

8063 

70 

88 

88 

15800 

30 

48 

49 

1000 

13 

13 

IS 

4250 

*« 

ran 

830 

loom 

18 

is 

38 

300 

f!2 

12 

12 


Closing Averages 

NEW YORK (Dow Joara) 

M Iadnatiialn ... M M, off 4.74 

JO Ralls .ZSB.Bg. up .10 

15 Utilities.1S0.7B, up 1.1* 

BS Stocks.BI4.M, off .47 

Shares: 13,440,000. 

TORONTO 

M Industrials ....UMS, off 1.48 

U Golds.1IS.M, off 1.51 

15 Baae Metals „1M.M, off .n 
t Western Oils .JIM, off 5.J4 
Shares! t,MS,W0. 

MONTREAL 

65 Industrials ..5.167.62, off .SO 

IS Utilities .133.14, off .67 

7 Banks .124.33, off .86 

1 Papers ....*4.*S, off .75 

85 Composites ...154.75, off .64 

VANCOUVER 

Industrials.1*4.30, off .M 

We stern Mines ...116.74, np .41 

PlpeRnea.1U.M, off 1.71 

■hares i 1,116,671. 

New York 
Markets 


Wall Street Drops Again- 
In Confusing Atmosphere 


NEW YORK (APJ-TTie stock 
market took another loas TTturs- 
day amid reports at Vietnam 
peace feelar* and further un¬ 
certainty about President John¬ 
son’* program to bolster the 
dollar and itrangUvn the IJ.S. 
balance - of - payment! position. 
Trading vu heavy. 

Coofudon among investors 
seemed to bo building up' to a 
rather serious declne but this 
was halted when fw Dow Jones 
industrial average was down 
9.06 to 895.05 at 2 p.m. 

Partial recovery followed, and 
the indicator closed with a loss 
of only 4.74 at 899.39. 

Volume climbed to 13,440,000 
shares from 12,660,000 Wednes¬ 
day and was Ihe seventh largest 
In the history of he New York 
Stock Exchange. 

Toronto Down 

TORONTO (CP) — Al eeo- 
Ikons of the Taranto Stock 35k 
change dedtned In uau l w I s 
trading on proffc-takkig. 


Dec lines outnumbered ad¬ 
vance* 271 to 186, while 236 
issues were roc hanged. 

Western ails took the heaviest 
losses an index, dropping 5.24 
points to 216.03. Ohs have made 
strong gains recently. Hudson's 
Bay OH and Gaa led the dedtae, 
dropping 2 % to 42, while Scunr- 
Rainbow feU 1% to 48 >4. Caw 
dhm Sverioc kef lfc to 46. 

Golds continued thefr week- 
kng decline, toeing 2.51 on fades 
to 193.90. 

CbmpbeU Red Lake and Kerr 
Addison fell M each to 28'4 and 
17H to lead the group tower. 

Vancouver Quiet 

VANCOUVER (CP)—Trading 
was quiet and prices tower on 
the Vancouver Stock Exchar^e, 
wlfti vohine reac hi ng 1,120,072 
shares. 

T.C. Exploration was the 
lcadfag trader at 72,200 starts, 
it closed down .08 at *1.43. 

Elsewhere an toe mfafag 
board, Magntan Consolidated 


Gold Wnt 30000 48 45 47 

General 4fioo is% is 13 

Giant Ex 500 2S 29 29 

Giant Male 8040 123 123 32* 

Gi endue 300 (90 S80 (80 —( 

Granule 300 (11% 11% 11% 
Hlghmont 1100 890 883 190 +■ . 

Highball 630 *18% 18% 38% 

Hogan 187* 24 23 23 -1 

Homaatk 4000 80 20 80 

HHM SU 1000 11 11 U —1 

Hurley *000 8 7% 8 

J#rtcho 8000 11 10 10 —1 

Jerwy 2300 84 2* 34 +1 

Kamloops 4214 10 S 9—1 

Largo inano S3 in 83 +1 


Ldn Prld* 2000 8% 8% 8%-3% 

Lomax 1178 7115 TOO 705 

LyUor 4500 77 71 78 

Madron* 3590C 72 87 SR —4 

Magnum 42000 118 111 118 —3 

Met It Cop 4500 *9 *8 *S 

Mariner 1500 80 20 20 

Mid W>«t 44000 40 *8% 39% + % 

Moly MteM 500 17% 17% 17% 

Minrx 1000 32 22 22 -8 

Ml Waih 1300 14 I* 14 +1 

haUva 2300 32 12 13 +1 

New Cronin *0800 17% 1* IT +1 


.'ocean 
New Imp 
New Ind 
North Ind# 

Mr v« 
on iraoo 

1’ac SU 1000 

Folarta 13300 


30 

*91 

91 

91 

+ 2 

Heal 

2 nra 

14 

14 

14 

+1 

250 

*27% 




PeKi 

lira 

170 




Sift 

*3% 

3% 

3% 


Fin# print 

130 

*48 

43 

48 

—1 

r-6 

340 


wn 


Pyramid 

4'M) 


98 


—9 

1873 

*32 

51 % 

;o 

+ % 

wunrtlrv. 

mn 

18 

18 

18 

+ 1 

zll 

*79% 

73% 

79% 



14(00 

54 

52 

53 

—2 

20(1 

*9% 

9% 

9% 

- % 

King Hilla 

sooo 

31 

SO 

31 

-1 

3W 

*38% 

37% 

57% 

- 1 

Sannoh 

3000 

20 

19 

19 

- M 

1305 

*14 

13% 

14 


Sll Arrow 

1000 

24 

33 

23 

—2 


28 










1235 

F% 

7% 

7% 

- % 

Sn rtulta 

lora 

14M 

K V 

K% + V 

7111 

ISO 

243 

145 

+ * 


run) 

17 

IT 

17 









65 

■0 



K*7 

*27% 

27% 

27% 


S»l Dlan 

42"0 

139 

133 

138 

+ 1 

230 

(45% 

43% 

43% 

- % 



323 

123 

325 

—18 


Tr Can P w 210 745 745 745 

Tran* Mt W» *17% 1T% 17%—% 

Tran* PPL 850 19 % 9% 9% + % 

Tru-Well 400 20 n 800 800 —JO 

unab te* ann * 12 % 12 % 12 % + % 

Union Aea *89 270 770 770 

MnAcC 2p 318 SM are BS0 +W 
Un Cartild 1925 *18 17% 17% — % 

tin Ga* 5191 i»% 14% 14% — % 
UGaa B pr >90 *49% 49% 41% 

Union 011 185 *59 59 56 —3 

Un Wburn 1B0 *7% 7% 7% — % 
UWhn 8%p wi »e% 99% 33% — % 
Un Wbn «< 1170 430 440 44" —80 


D Brirlg# 

rtt1 

*17% 

18% 

17% 

Dom Coal 

291 

|1( 

IIS 



1125 

119 

19% 

1«% - % 

TVrfaaon p 

xin 

»w% 

»% 

88% 


250 

re% 

*% 

9% 


.Krt 

re 

*% 

9 + % 


2406 

*18% 

18 

18 - % 


9901 

*10% 


in% — % 



««% 

19 

19 — % 


9(3 

*23% 

23% 

23%—% 


*73 

*10% 

10 

mt 


513 

*5% 

5% 


1200 

100 


Iflo + 4 


1434 

*98% 

93% 

95%-1 


2900 R(fi 2500 


Tam Play 

■ran 

141% 

41 

41 


•»% 6% 6H 

5% s% - % 
*12 11 % 12 + % 
223 2® 225 —10 

*12% 12% 12% — % 

* 10 % 10 % 10 % 

*13 1.1 LI — % 

140 133 140 +3 

3TB% *14 res 
910% 10% 10% — % 
*22% 72 22 — % 

291 221 »+ 5 


booth So* 
Taylor Br 
TC Ex 
Trxmont 
Torweit 
Terr Ur- 
Trojan 

Utica 


W braver 

Weatland 
W Kx 
W Minaa 


West Ind A mm 425 420 420 -20 


Tftfl *17% 17% 17% 

7fn si* 17% 17% . 

non 770 2*0 285 —is 
rmn (8% 8% <% _ u 
am *13 15 is ♦ % 

410 116% 18 18% 

73 SSI r 91 

825 *21% » 83% ♦ % 


AMUbt 100 18% 

Cdn Brew 1930 *7% 

Lunlngbm ion 112% 
Comlnrn 200 *25% 
Fit Nat Mt 11000 400 
Fit Nat wta 13100 190 
Grower* B 300 2*5 
Gr Min Rei 400 230 
Int Brow 100 18% 

JnhniUm *500 T75 
Neon 1085 in 

Okan H 200 388 
Okan H wU 200 ISO 
Par Pete 300 118% 
Pac W Air 4130 *10% 
Scott Paper 100 *18 


Levitt 80% 

Litton 100% 

Lockheed 51% 
Minn MM 11% 
Mooaante 47% 
Magna vex W 
Mack Truck T1 
Merck 7*4 

Mid Coot Tel 22% 
Meat Ward 28% 
Motorola 110% 
NY Central 71% 
Nlag M Pwr 20% 
Nat Airline* 14 
Nawmont 13% 
N Amer Car 26% 
Northop 42 

Norfolk Weet 92% 
Northern Pac 54% 
Owen. Ill 57% 
Pae Gaa Elec *4% 
Panh PL 34'. 

Penn HR 56*. 

Pan Am 22% 

Pep*! Cola • 41% 
Polaroid 231 


7900 

ion 

92 

95 

—3 

8400 

47 

43 

47 


22800 

49 

43 

48 


2*830 

38 

24% 

28 

+J 

10225 

480 

470 

475 

-5 

19600 

22 

20 

20 

-2 

9700 

51 

y 

50 

-2 

r.-rao 

79 

14 

74 

—S 

1000 

7 

7 

7 


2830 

120 

117 

117 

-i 

anoo 

65 

85 

85 


2300 

270 

283 

285 

-3 

1000 

29 

29 

29 

+1 


255 *17% ITS 17% — % 
70 n*% M% 38% + % 
8m 200 195 1« —10 


Tram Mte 

Weldvrood 

Weitpac 

White pae* 

Woe** rta 


100 818 
300 *17% 
473 (10% 


8 % 8 % 

7% 7% - % 
12% 12% + % 
25% 23% + % 
380 4m -43 
190 1 90 + 30 

211 235 —* 

230 230 +10 

8% 8% - % 
7% 7% - % 

12 12 -1 
175 185 +S 
130 130 

17% 18% 

10% 10%- % 
18 18 
17% 17% — % 
10% 10% 


Peoplei Gaa sr+ 
Phil* Elec 10 
Phillip* Pet# 84% 
Prod Camb 91 % 
Publlfl Svc *2% 
Radio Carp 50% 
Rayonler 42% 
Relchhold 18% 
Rep Steel 44V 
Royal Dutch 4<1 
St Lou SF 49% 
Sfabd AL 48% 
Sear* Roa *7 
Socnny 45% 

8 Cal Ed 18% 
Southern Pac 28% 
Southern RR 47 
Spery 55% 

Stand Call 82% 
Scott Paper 77% 
Safewav 88% 
Schenley 48% 
SCM Corp *2% 
Sno Lina 77»i 
Sun Oil 46t| 

Stand OH NJ 88% 
Swift Co 82% 
Texaco 8*% 

Texai Gulf 118 Tt 
Traneltmn 17%, 
Texex teitr 202% 
US Borax 30 
Union 011 56% 

Untd Alrllnrt 0o% 
Untd Fruit 38% 
Untd Utilities 30% 
Unilever 31 
719 Plywood 47% 
Un Carbide 47% 
Un Aircraft 77% 
Un Par *8 
U S. Rubber 48% 
1)1 Steel 4*% 
Vartan *o 

We item Pae 12% 
WeiUngbnuaa 80% 
Wool worth 35% 
Xerox 875% 

Zenith MS 


More Cars Built 

TORONTO (CP)—An major Canadian ear 
manufacturers increased their production in 1967 
from the previous year. Motor Vehicle Manufac¬ 
turers* Association figures show. 

Total car and track production for the year 
was 987,493 vehicle*, up 43 per cent from the 
893,011 produced in 1966. Of these. General Motors 
of Canada built 884,919 compared with 855,629 
in 1966, an increase of 8.2 per cent 

Busi ness Briefs 

Canadian Economy 
Drifting ‘Aimlessly’ 

TORONTO (CP) — Robert T., major International fur market-1 
Rugglea, manager of corporate tog centre, 
planning for Imperial Tobacco December and January are 
Co. of Canada Ltd., any* the the big month* for the auctions 
Canadian economy to drifting which atfract buyer* from.Brit- 
aimiesslv atn ' Unlted States, Frame, 

He toW a meeting of the I^ly, Belgium. Germany and 
Canadian Businera Equipment other countries with major 
Manufacturing Association garment indmtnes. 

ThurKiay that the corotry has 

reached a point where almost jj ,m I !■ ^ 

eiaoyone I* a* well off materi- = ■■ 

ally a* at any time in Watery, g AII . oftoiu 


was down .02 at Jl lS, Largo 
up .01 at .63, New Cronin up 
.03 at .17 and Pyramid down 
.09 at %L 

Sunlite OH led trading in the 
oils aft 53,900 tiiare* for a clos¬ 
ing price of $1.37, up .(XL. Bata 
Reaource* was down .01 at 
$1.01, Rafaa Petroieums down 
.02 at .47 and Peace River 
Petroleum down .03% mt .31*4. 

In the lndwtrials, Neon Prnri- 
uots dropped $1 to close at $12. 
Other kmers included Canadian 
Breweries, off .13 at $7.75, John¬ 
ston Terminals, off .25 at $*7.63, 
Pacific Western Airline*, off .25 
at $10.25, and Trans-Mountain 
Pipelines, off .63 at $17.39. 

Montreal Slipa 

MONTREAL (CP) — Dedfaea 
outpaced advauoes 86 to 37 
while MkiatrMs, banka, papers, 
and utRMfaa unt the eomp u rita 
down .66 to 156 73 an tiw Mont¬ 
real Stock Exchange. 

Fraser Pete declined 20 cants 
to $7.60 on S36 Shares and Ctouv- 
rette dropped 15 potato to $4.35 
on 500 shares. Bunco advanced 
10 pc^nfs to $3.20. 

Major losers were Interna¬ 
tional Nickel which dropped 1% 
to 124, and Bruok A and Fakon- 
bridge Nickel each VA to 18% 
end 95, respectively. Union Oil 
fell 1 to SB on 1.025 atares. 

Sador mines and ctito led tha 
downtrend with Hofiinger Klip¬ 
ping % to 29, Shell end Husky \ 
to 34* aril 22%, B-A % to 38% 
and Imperial % to 69%. 

Ijondon Stock Priced _ 

And New* 19a lD%d; Babcock and 
WUcox *2> Id; Blyvoora Ste 10%d; Bo- 
water Paper Corp tea l%d; Brit An Toh 
ima Sd; Brit Motnra HctdiM 1U l%d: 
Brit Ognai Uhi Brit Patroteora Ox fid; 
Burmah Otl «a; CPR 041%: Charier 
Coot 48 b l%d; Cratrtanlda 81a 7%d;< 
naggatonteln 4a; Da Bern MM Sd; Dis¬ 
tiller* 22a 7%d; Dunlop 3te (d: Elec and 
M 18a I%d; Frae St Gcduid Ula Bd; 
G»n Kite 88a: Gr Unix Stra 53a: Hawker 
Slddalev Cl Bd; Rudaon’a Bay 15<a 4%rt a 
Imp Chetn 48a 7%d; Imp Tob Tlx Sd;' 

Ini Pub Coni 15a 9d: Metal Box Sla 6ri;| 
Metal Box U« Sd: Rand Mine* 117a 6d;| 
Rolla-Royca 44a 7%d; Shell OQ SSa Sri;| 
Tanganyika 23a 9d: Unilever Ltd (fid 
l%d; Vlckera *la 7%d; Woolwortb 18« *d, 

Honda: Brit 2%a Ccnarix 05 1/18: B- t 
Fund Inga 4a. 1980-90, QS%: Brit IV,,. 
1988-71. 1(9%. 

Financial Time a dally Index nf 38 
Tnndoo lnduatrial atorka wax 185.3, us 
1* 


Grain 


Toronto Mines 


Argoay 

Arcadia 

linno 

*w 

All C Coft 

1300 

Au nnr 

sm 

Bankano 

1200 

Bnitfld 

12500 

harex 

Iwli-iiar 

soon 

xinn 

H#il#ttr* 

2000 

lA-lhlm 
hig Nama 


hlark Bay 

3000 

>L Hawk 

2OS0 

Bralnrn* 

888 

Hr Rf»t 

14500 

Hrunnwk 

2923 


1000 

14 

14 

34 

3500 

8 

R 

8 

950 

*31% 

31% 

*1 

US’ 

*11% 

11 

11 

2000 

S3 

30 

SO 

*288 

21 

21 

21 

IRsnn 

19 

37 

38 

*25 

*3(1 

130 

a.m 


McWat 

4200 

48% 

48 

43% + 

Went 

12500 

63 

39 

81 + 

MtrriU 

540 

170 

170 

170 

Mldri 

28700 

134 

109 

120 

Min-Ot* 

2000 

10 

10 

10 


Rata 13300 305 

Cent Del 800 *2* 

Gnmtrcl 430(1 (0 

Five Star 3000 SO 

Future v 2000 *2 

Merland 14000 40 

Merit Ofl irano 25 

Merit Ha 5000 2 

Midland 10500 8 

PR Pet# 20800 U 

Plate* 11300 (8 

RA PH# B 2900 HO 

RC Ven 2000 38 

Share 4900 15 

nunllta *3900 138 


200 

*8% 

8k 

sk 

- 

130 

*23% 

MK 

23k 

+ 

100 

12S 

123 

129 


Oita 




13300 

303 

30* 

304 

-1 

800 

*23 

23 

S 


430(1 

40 

*9 

—1 

*000 

so 

29 

39 

- 1 

2000 

32 

*2 

13 

+ 1 

14000 

40 

40 

40 


10300 

23 

34 

24 

-1 


WINNIPEG (CP) — Oilseeds 
dominated the modest trade in 
late action an the Winnipeg 
Grain Exchange Thursday with 
prices of both commodities 
showing firmness. 

WINNIPEG 


Hell Phono 

Paacor 
Pine) Pate 


Carba 
TOO *44% 
1500 82 


i 2 2% + % 

8 8 + % 
, 11% 31% -4% 
48 47 —3 

107 110 +* 

38 34 +1 

re 35 + % 

155 137 +1 

893 196 


Flax- 
May 
I July 
Oct. 

Ry*- 

May 

July 

Oct 

Oat*— 

May 

July 

Barter- 

May 

July 

I Raneaead— 

i Jan. 

March 

May 


% n High I fm Cloaa 
% 355% 338% 536% 
352% 336% IMS 836% 
135% 336% K 134% 333% 

130% 111% 330% 1J1S 
330% 

. 133% 

95 (6 98 96 

94% 94% 94% 94% 

138% 188% 188% 1»% 

835% 986% *1% 835% 
254 % 288% 254% 238% 
233% 238 338% M 


*1500 

23% 

22 

72 


loon 

28 

29 

28 



H7 

83 


+ a 


*83% 

S3 

«3 

— i 

3«no 

345 

S.K1 

S.ui 

+ s 

36(1 

111 


118 


310(1 

*58% 

37% 

58% + % 






350 

173 

175 

175 

- 5 


San 

*40 

540 

+ 3 

323 

*13% 

12% 

12% 


1500 

11% 

11 

11% + % 


N Iir.paral ROM 140 125 330 —10 

N Kel 28800 30% 10 10% + % 

Nlund U309 31 80 80 

N Mylama 4000 18% 18 18 

Nn.r 182700 18 IS 14% + 1 

N Uu« Ragl (IF 195 890 883 

N Sen 4(100 37% SS 33—8 

N Rim 27800 23 20 20 — I 

Njrba.k* 1500 32 M 53 

IN nr beau 4200 *2 30 % 32 +1% 

Nnrfsild lino 7 7 T 

Norlex 83(10 IS 18% 18%—% 

Nnrmelai 200 180 *«l 38(1 

NorUira! BOW 20 20 » 


Norlex 6500 1 9 1 8% 18% — % 

Nnrmelai 200 180 8«1 38(1 

Nortec*: BOW 20 20 » 

N Cold atm SOOu 139 133 137—1 

North Exp 3200 23 23 M 

N Gate 1*473 *11% 11% 13% + % 
N Rank 4500 38 37 58 

N Hock 25M *3 SO 33 

North c*a lira ire lis us —8 

Olteaka 3000 * 9 * 

Obrien *100 S3 35 S3 

Openxk* 3328 950 9(5 920 

Orohan 7780 340 115 3(Q +23 

O.iiko 8500 51 49% 51 

Famour 1675 238 223 225 -10 

Faram 29100 15 14 34% - % 

Patinu 26H1 tlfi 15% 13% — % 

Pato 200 *10% 10% 10% + % 

Pax Int 9300 11 10 U + 1 

Pc# Exp 211587 209 197 M8 — 9 

Pile*. 26000 7% 7 7% + % 

Pick Crow *37 22 22 22 

Pine Point l»ti *47 45 % 45% —1% 


London Metal Prices 

In pound* alerting par long ton. 

Cloaa Prev Cloaa 

Capper—Wire Kan 

■*pot m » BBT IBM 

Forward 308 SS *44% 543 

Sale* 7.SM ton*. 

Tip— 

Spot 1S93 136* 1338 1333% 

Forward 1330 13X1 1530 1331 

Salaa SB tana 

Jjjj 

Spot 92% « M% 94% 

Forward re 98% 94% 94% 

Salaa 2.B73 Iona 


Spot 111% 112 

Forward 112% 113% 

Sale* 1.029 ton*. 


113% 112 112% 138% 

112% 113% 112% 103 


Wheat- 
March 
May 
July 
Rye- 
March 
May 
July 
corn—■ 
March 

May 

July 

Oate- 

March 

May 

July 

Soybean* 

Jan. 

March 

May 


CHICAGO 
Open High Low Cloee 
147% 140% 147 148 

130% 351% 130% 131% 
130% 151% 180% 131% 


118% 113% 136% 118% 

us * is 2 m s* 

138% 118% 118% 113% 
122 % 122 % 122 % 122 % 
125% 123% 125% 135% 

74 74% TS% 74% 

72% n% T2H 71% 
71% 71% 71% 71% 

263% 288% 283 % 2B% 

270% 271% 270% 270% 
274 % 273 % 214% 274% 


Unlisted Stocks 


Kallcaa 

g 

u 

Pan Dlv 

583 



37 


Provident 

«6( 

722 

Komo 

15 . 

n 

Regent 

1070 

1169 




Sav A Inv 

131 

799 

Mt Hyland 

+1 

45 

Tran* Cda C 

728 

794 

Nfw Welltegtj 

21% 

38 

llnld Accum 

1144 

123(1 

Noland 

11 

15 

Venture 

844 

123 


8 n 96% 99% 

Do I « 98.40 98 30 

Da S ■ ffi »% 

B S% * 9610 99 30 

4% 72 *0% 90% 

Do 3% 7* 92 

Do 4% RS 19% 79% 

Do S% «0 94 % 94% 

CNR 4 K! 73% 78% 

Do B% ■ 90 « 

Do I 31 61 82 

PRO VINCI A IS 

Alla 8 % 91 91 w 

Man Tel •% 91 90 91 

Saak 3% 80-El 83 84 

Ont 5% 80 *»% W% 

unt Hyd 3 83 xs 84 

Ont Hvd 6 88 80% 91% 

CORPORATIONS 
BCE 3% n « *1% 

BC For 5% It 78 80 

BC Tel 8 84 88 9(1 


Grnuo Inc 

*13 

4M 

Do 5 82 

79 

m 


719 

788 

Do 8% 63 

RX 

81 

Inti Mutual 

706 

RW 

Do 8% R9 

93 

97 


5(78 


Hal bund H M 

RS 

83 

Inv Crrwlh 

1012 

11.92 

Bell 5k 64 

R4 

88 

Inv Mutual 

SM 

STtl 

Dn 8>'< 78 

<M 

98 

Leverage 

1737 

l«w 

C Brw 5% RVIfl 77 


Mutual Ac# 

5(3 

SM 

Dm Tar 8% 80 

8S 


Maleal Br»4 

W7 

154 

IAF 8% R3 

87% 


Mutual Inr 

am 

864 

PIPELINES, ETC. 

Mutual Groa 

8(3 

7TB 

Int Pro* 6 88 

re 

re 

Nat Rex 

76« 


Wextma.t A 

79 

81 


17WI 

1*13 

Dn reifiv 


93 

Pac' Comp 

819 


Do 5% R( 

98 

97 


Stock quotations apart from Canadian Praia Toronto 
trade ar« supplied by Richardson Securities, Hagar Invest¬ 
ments Ltd., Plttleld Mackay Rons A Co. Ltd., Canadian Invest¬ 
ment Dealers’ Association, A. E. Ames A Co. and Pemberton 


Rugglea added: 

‘The last two or three years = 
have seen confusion, delay and s;,|||nti 
misdirection from aome govern- 
ment leaders, civil servante and 
economic theoretiedans. com- JT 
pounded by Intense pressures ■ 
from outside, particularly from H 
the United States.” ■ 

I 

OTTAWA (CP) - Canada’s ■ 
official holdings of gold and U.S. ■ 
dollars totalled $2,267,800,000 fa ■ 

U.S. fund* on Dec. 31, Ihe 
finance department reported Hh 
T hursday. 

TORONTO (CP)' — The 
Northern Miner says an inten- Hb&Bb 
sive search for uranium to to be 
undertaken by aeveral com*reD- 
ies ki northwestern Quebec. HH 

The weekly paper says some 
of the exploration p rograms will Hml 
start tods month, covering an HH 
area 15 milee wide and at leart IgH 
20 miles king. At toast six 
diamond ’dbrslto are to be work- Bgsj 
ing in the area by Feb. L * 
adda. 

OTTAWA (CP) — Personal 
savings deposits in the char- HHm 
tered banks totalled $11,664,000 - 
BOO at Nov. 30, compared with 
$11,816,000,000 a* Oct. 31, the H 
tinanoe departments bank to- 
apection branch reported Thurs- Hg£ 

Personal savings depoaita at 
Nov V), 1966, totalled $10,202,- H| 

ooo.ooo. 

□ \0^ 

TORONTO (CP) — Royal 
Trust Co. has raised the interest 
rate it pays on five-year-term Uj 
guaranteed investment certifl- 
cates to 7 per cent from 6.75 
per cent, effective today. BHH 

T)je new rate is a record for HH 
Canadian trust companies. RKSg 

Most trust companies now pay 
between 6.25 per cent and 6.75 
per cent on guaranteed certifl- Hg| 

NEW YORK (AP) — Three ■US 
companies said they wU offer HSS 
$50 a share in cash for 1,050,000 
common shares of United States BSPS 
Line Co. 

Oompanic* making the offer Haa 
are Matson Navigation Co., U.S. Hra| 
Freight Co. and Waterman In 
Industries Corp. Last week 
Walter Kidde and Co. offered Hfii 
$47.50 a share for 650,000 United ■g| 
State* Lines shares. United ■EBH 
States Lines management HH 
opposed this offer. 

NEW YORK (CP) — Mercan- H| 
tile bank of Canada has met Hj 
Canadian government require- Mai l 
ments that it limit its total BH 
liabilities to 20 times its author- 
ized capital, a First National HH 
City Bank spokesman said HH 
Thursday. HH 

MONTRFAL (CP) — A trend GJg| 
toward maiket improvement fcto^H ^ 
ranchtNi mink has been noted at 1 
raw fur auctions in Montreal,' a 


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9«tt|t tfolanW.' Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5, 1968 


I 



SALE! STARTS TO-MORROWj 


r HURRY 1 

Quantities 

Are 

L Limited 


W )oolvuortK 


Back Again 
By Popular Demand 

COLOURFUL SHIFT DRESSES 


A colour-spin of fashion in all brand new assorted 1968 prints. 
New young dimensions in 'Playmate' crease resistant fabrics. 
4 terrific eye stopping, easy-line styles that are bound t) please. 
We may have to limit 4 to a customer as supplies are limited. 
Available in sizes Small, Medium or Large.. ... 


Courtroom Parade 


Druggist 

Spots 

Forgery 


City Puts Park on B.C. Map 


Mayor Hugh Stephen, right, acting 
for city, turned over deed of Freeman 
King Park to Recreation Minister 
Kenneth KJernan, acting for B.C. gov¬ 
ernment, at ceremony in Mr. Kier- 
nan's office Thursday. Park, near 
Thetis Lake, will be held in perpetuity 


for people of B.C Mr. King, centre, 
after whom 50-acre park waa named, 
chuckles as Mr. Stephen hands Mr. 
Kiernan fl bill to seal bargain, and 

Mr. Kiernan reaches for another 
dollar to hand bade.—(Jim Ryan) 


New Water Export Plan ■ 

JL Ball w*s set at J750 and trial ... , , - 

scheduled for Jan. U. 

(If IVn TlltPrPCt fn R Jamew Homtfxries, 25, cf to vl^v« ■STvS 

1/1 1 111 lllLCvl Lip JLwb\Jb Sooke waa fined $350 when he tom areas, were s enten c e d 

W pleaded guilty to Impaired driw- Wetaesday to N«w WesOmtoster 

) ing Nov. 5 on TIBlcu m, so uth of to a total at 29 years In jaS on 

B.C. Isn’t interested In a new was still opposed to water lout hfa proposal In drtafi, wan *** Trans-Canada Highway. conspiracy charge*. 

Amerion plan to carry excess export at any kind to toe U.S. printed in ta Du Brtki at the Htanphries was the driver of TESTIMONY 

water from toe Canadian Arctic Dr. Tkmey was quoted a Atomic Scientists last Se p t u m- a vehicle which was in coBialon 

by lake, river and canal to meet saying he fond growing inter- her. It m ana of five with another vehicle as he “**'• __ 

future U.S. needs. Resources eat on both sides of toe bonier apfnkak by experts, and B.C. attempted to make a left turn - . . f , . ... 

Minister Racy Wifttafan arid for his proposal, which wotod reporter s uBca d tog a 9m Trim- Into a service station. 

Thursday. cost roughly ane-tokd of toe cisco water conference in Nov- Total damage In the accident > 

__ .... _ outlay far NAWAPA. But toe ember were given copies for was 52,500. "The tragic to uaatMus 

dectoed to nra bacAground. fa cheques is away up arowd 

State IWvemity, M *** ®“ FrmcUo ° contet Saigit Singh Bainex.44, of 910 ^ 

didn’t affect B.C., except pea- ence, Mr. VRMstan aaM B.C. Market, waa sentenced to six f***J™*«* "Bbmam m* m 

sibly to some future diversion of "W« not agree to export of Ms -norths in jell far false pre- ■ 

the Pence River. Mr. W®*rirsi said toe af^sl water to toe U.S. under any fences — writing a worthless Two of toe men. Frank 


A youth who attempted to purchase a drug with a 
forgdd prescription was remanded in central magis¬ 
trate’s court Thursday. 

Harvey Willson, 21, of Van- ★ ★ ★ 

oouver, will be sentenced today 
on charge* of attempted fraud jy . » . 

and possession at stolen good* Kltllt tifOKCll 
over |50, offence* he pleaded . .. . 5 .. .. . ■ ■■ 

guilty to Thursday. 

The evidence showed a doc- I*aIi/ 1 a 

tor’s bag waa taken from a car J III If 

parked at Royal Jubilee Hospi- * 

tal Jan. 3, and Willson tried to \WJT V 

buy Methadone, an analgesic \\j 

wito morpMne-like qualities, at |Y f/JTlV 

a pharmacy the same day. He 

left when the pharmacist quea- m -m 

tioned toe doctor’s signature. rrHIClMl 

WJUson was arrested in a Jf 1 dltjCll 
Victoria motel by police officers 

who found 11 surgical inatru- -* - _ _. — 

menta and a J75 cheque, pt * ot ^ 

identified by the doctor a* deration among various law 
having been stolen from Ms car. enforcemen t agencies waa 
Roy Daum. 20, of New oredtted Thursday by Victoria 


Westminster, charged 


Detective-Inspec to r Wft- 


the Pence River. mr - me water to me 

article by Dr. Ttonegr, seOtog 'ctrcunntaoce*. 

snix OPPOSED - -- 

"It is teraply an alternative to 

the, nw '^ 0Mi0D L N ^!‘l $550 for Eye Clinic 

American Waiter and Power J 

Akianee scheme, and is 
designed to make better use of • W M 1 WW W 

blit fit less Help 

because hare la an American J/ 

authority opposing NAWAPA _ 

B, Blind in India 


cheque far 533.95 Sept. 7, 1987 to Cantor and Arthur Marek, were 
pay far a car battery. arrested in Victoria about two 

Tho sentence started Thure- months ago cn charges cf 
day. making part of it concur- attempting to titter forged docu- 
rent with a three- m onth sen- ments. Information from Lower 
lance for Impaired driving Maktiand police, followed up by 
Baines received Dec. 14. paKce here, resulted in thetr 

□ arrest. 

John McLennan, 25, Of Ste. 1, COMPLIMENTED 
KM Pandora, was remanded _ _ 

until today on two charge* of Cs sijnr. w ho tteew five years. 
. , ,,, . . and Marek, who drew two, were 

false pretence*. sent to New Wetemtaeter to 


McLennan pleaded guilty to I ^ Wal 

on the co n s pracy 


Cards by Thousands 
—And More Needed 


Federalists Studying 
World Authority Plan 


■ ~ - -— g*“« VlKa r Vitoria *“■« ** «* <*** <hree - 

M6.3a Dec. lA trom a. Victona ^ drew 1Q ^ * x year*. 

UOne lot of blind was helping the fact: sightless people here ator * anotoer worth 557.90 

oeven Killed. another because "they know raised J 550 toward its cost. from another atom Dec. 21. Judg e B^ Fr^ c«npM- 

TnKVO - Seven how dark the world can be,” The local gift waa part of Paid for with mental the pctoce iexaem ■> 

TOKYQ (Reutov) S^ri Mfi ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ worths cheques, teriimimy vohred in the «s. cn there 

teen-age gfata, ake-pmg in a dcr- at a luncheon in CouncO of the Blind, to buy the s howed. _ efficiency. . . 

(notary over tha shop where conjunction with the presents- clinic for use In Madurai, ~ 

they worked, have been killed tion ol«mobile eye cMnic. southern India, said Mrs. Wat- ™ m 

tn a fire in Muroran City, hi the The presentation was made in ling, who has been president of ¥7 J 1 a.^ VtiirliTinn* 

narthem Japanese island of London, Ont., and the luncheon tne local branch of the council §*|1|*1^JJ ||SI S L iLUll V III CL 

Haktaifoi. was held in Victoria to mark for 21 years. * UUUI U11L75U 0 

‘ Mayor Hugh Stephen said it 

_ was the ultimate in altruism for "WWIT 11 k . 1 * a TR1 

Cards by Thousands World Authority Plan 

n T r IT t \ , « non ^ New methods of operation will conridered in the four weekly 

A 1 HjT \T 11 An estimated 32,000 people a dto(XB-ed m m wrtes of study seastons planned far eapeh group. 

_Ann WlnrP \PPniHl year would be ^a^dby the b ^ Victoria Branch Time and ptoce of meeting* 

—fXllU 1TJA/1 \s 1 T VvlILU clinic, the mayor added, and * Federafets cf will be annomced aa gmufa are 

2,500 would be operated on for tarm^. 

A Victoria woman has re- "If people still have the en- ndla'i stareerine Anyone totereried is Invited to Name* are being taken by 

ceived thousands of Christum* metope* and send them we ll cut mlM>rv ^ tepn,^ m nuon« w Join branch member* to discus- Mis. K. D. Stone. 1573 WMmot 
cards ainoe the beginning of off the stamps." aha said. was a ‘^tene-in-the-ocesn’’ aes- «kns of federalist propos al * tor place, phene 383-4036. 

1968, and She still wants mere. YEAH BOUND lure, but ana which could have world govemnwrt and study of - - - 

Mr*. H. A. Arnold, 30 Howe, Mn. A mold and a neighbor impressive ramifications. methods. ^ \- 

sends used greetings cards tD| fiave worked far hours sorting - w*Htnr ulri ttwe In Among the questions far d*s- * BihBBiiB m M 

Tadwanlrattaand Bohvla where .the cards ready far XramS- addition to the presentation in c | U P * , V ar e of fitACnCOAW R 

the goodwill tokens have manyUaB Ontario, there would be a *?* «**' " ** Ill BROUGHTON 

uses. I Card* to p 1 **or nixr >—«— _i «_ i_i_ xs-j—j .. Ths making and anoonot 7ii bbouuhiu« 

"PW^e have been arriving Lao be left in the boxes on Mrs. which the Canadian high com- << wortd laws w41 alao be (At Dosglaa) 

** * ,^ rea f n u ."ff ^ *»■* hi miss loner would make lha gift «i CfiflJII I PADC 

Sunday, Mrs. Arnold «*id just off Dallas cn Howe, one of a dWc to Indian cfllcials. 24 SMALL CARb Af- | |||1AIJ 
Thursday- block west of Mom. And also, ahe said, 54,200 _ « ■ * p> “ JjO LUR vH 

BOXES, DONATIONS "We can use any greeting would be presented by the = b AL t 

“I've got hundreds and hun- raids, not just Christmas conk, Canadian council to the Royal = CLEARANCE PRICES = Smorgmabort, « 
dreds of cards, and a lot of and we send them the ysar Cmunonwealtfa Society far ■ . u . ^ S 

people have brought them in round, but this is our busier! treatment of eye diseases in r^nw. Tfc LI IIAL iminic NOON-I P.M. 

boxes which oan be used for | time," she said. India. nUT**" 1 * 

mailtog. f 

“Sorne people have even 
brought contributions towards 
the postage.” 

m Arrow s Year-bno stock- i axing 

600,00* OVERSEAS _ _ . . _ 

Last year she sent 500,000 
used card* overseas. She hkies^^H 
them left intact, “every scrapl^H 

u — —■ g /% m m r* 

She said that many people, MIH^r flBV 

rspedaDy thoee in the leperH 

colonies, like colorful stamps as . 

well aa cards. M • — _ _ 


tag and enfarcenurt 
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Many Items 
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Reg. 

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10 Satfa ttalmtal. Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5, 1968 


UM ANGEI-E* t NTTUDIDI 4 
mn rzuon 

L Lem Anglia, Jayil CUD (Hugh**, 
Whit*] 13:41 

P«udUe*-C«nDhiU (LA) i:lT; Me- 
CiUiun (P) 13: SI 

SECOND PERIOD 

1 Plttiburfh. Schlnkd OO) (Stntlrr. 
Prtci) 2:11 

1. Pittsburgh. Dm <» (In*«*S«M) 
17:21 

PeruJty—Stratton (P) 1*:» 

THUD PERIOD 

1 La Angela, Wall «) OB. Smith. 
Laboalere) 1:10. 

1 Pittsburgh. DM (*> (Insuflcld. 
MMUunt) 11:10, 

1 Pittsburgh. Bath (ala 04) (Ingar- 
flrtd. Dm) 13:38. 

7. Loa Angalei, P. MacDonald (*» 
(Wall. Cunsbell) 14:01 
Psneltla—Johmton (LA) 1:80: Camp 
bell (LA) 10:14: McCrary (P), Cor- 
rigan (LA) U:B: Hugha (LA). Mac- 
N«ll (P) 17:54. 

Shot* on goal by: 

Loa Angela .11 * IS-*! 

Pittsburgh ...12 13 10-25 

Attendance: 4,300. 

OAKLAND X, DETROIT • 

PTRST PERIOD 

1 Oakland, Caron («) (Popata) 1:22 

2. Da trot t. Roberts (I) (Bergman, 


even terms with Chicago Black Andy Bathgate after a desperate 
Hawks. struggle had got them to 2-2 

Seals, blanked in four sucoei- midway through the final 20 
five games and without a goal minutes. 

for 267 minutes and 49 seccnfc. They took a first-period lead 
finally ended it by getting the 00 Ed Joyal’s 10th goal, k*t M 
first goal although they took a in the second period as Ken 
9-3 trtxEhdng from Detroit Red Srfiinkel and Dea scored. 

Wings. Defenceman Bob Wall tied it 

Alain Caron got the goal with with a screened shot but Earl 
a 25-foot slap-shot to err'd the Ingarfieid, who had assisted on 
streak at 276 minutes and 15 Dea’s first goal, set up Dea and 
seconds but that was about the Bathgite for goals only 28 sec¬ 
tor good 'filing that happened to onds apart to make Lowell Mac- 
the Seals. Donald’s goal meaningless. 

They were behind by 3-1 of Bathgate’s goal was his 14th 
the first period, by 5-1 when they at the season arei the 328th of 
got their second goal and by his NHL career. 


Boston Bruins are back firs*-peri 
atop the Eastern Division 
and Oakland Seals finally pg,, 
scored a goal to end the Esposito 
season’s longest National 
Hockey League drought the Flyer 

Those were the features of pottto tki 
last night's three-game schedule, break wit 
which also saw Los Angeles which mi 
Kings defeated for the sixth 
straight time when they were 
beaten, 4-3, in Pittsburgh by the * ’ 

Penguins. r— 

Phil Esposito was the big man — 

In Boston's hard-earned 3-2 vio- im^i "" 
tory over the Flyers in Phala- ^T*J ll** • 
deiphda, scoring two third-period 
goals. 

Bruins outsbot the expansion- raa*«iM» 
division leaders, 41-22, in a dull 
game but had trouble getting ■ 

the puck past Heroic Parent omm ' 
and didn’t get the winning goal 
until the 17th minute of the f“? 
third period. S'cSS*,; 1 

Lnu Angotti gave the Ftyens a “"lSS? * 


Most Dashing of the Raiders 

Ben Davidson, who wears the finest tall and 265 pounds, th 
moustache in professional football, ^ en ^Y e T® n 4 Is, particulai 
appears thoroughly unimpressed as SSb2°S 

he discusses the Jan. 14 meeting be- er8 f or a year. "They sent 
tween Oakland Raiders and Green he says. “It will be a thi 
Bay Packers. Six feet, seven inches against them,”_ 


l {oraSo: Y r2troii tacking on two assists and Rob-1 
erts hoping set up Howe’s sec¬ 
ond goal— his 18th this season. 
Result boosted the Wlng«_4nto 

a fourth place in the Eastern Div¬ 
ision, one point ahead of New 
York Rangers, one point behind 
the Toronto Maple Leafs and 
only five points behind the co- 
leaders. 

GARY WANDERS 
Wings had no trouble at all 
with die hapless Seals and kept 
play In the Oakland end most 
of the game. That gave the 
10,260 fans a special treat as 
Gary Smith, file king-sized 


(D*tv*cchto) 


Canuck Club Rallies 
To Edge Sweden, 5-4 


with Alec Merriman 


Last Season 

Anile Schmaats, at 144 pounds 
one of the smallest players In 
professional hockey, and a 
Western Hockey League star 
for IS seasons, announced yes¬ 
terday In Portland that he will 
retire at the end of the season 
to devote fall time to hla roof¬ 
ing business. Bchmantz, M, 
has scored S3! goals sad made 
839 assists In hla SSl WRL 
games. 


Water conditions present a challenge to Vancouver Island 
ateelheaden this weekend. 

Most lower Island river* were low Thursday, with the 
exception of the Cowichan, which was high and cloudy, but 
producing steelhead. Mid-Island rivers were on the low side, 
bui are Just starting to produce steelhead. 

Up-Island riven were In good condition and providing 
plenty of steelhead. 

Harris Creek pods gave up fine fishing last weekend 
following the high water which brought the fish into the 
river. But San Juan River has been low this week and those, 
who fished it had little luck. 

Sooke had been good in high water but was too low for 
the best steelheading Thursday. 

It was raining yesterday in many Island areas with snow 
at higher elevations. Where precipitation doesn't turn to snow, 
rivers should swell to good fishing levels again. 

There has been plenty of fishing pressure on the Cowichan, 
with as many as 11 carloads of steelheaders fishing the White 
Bridge waters Wednesday and cars parked at pretty well 
every path all the way up to Skutz Falls. The fiver was high 
and muddy in lower reaches, but fish were taken below the 
Silver Bridge, at the White Bridge, in the Riverbottom, at 
Robertson’s Eddy Pool, and below Skutz Falls. 

Hie odd fish has been taken from the Koksilah. 

The. Nanaimo has been quite low and not too many fish 
are being taken from it. 

Murray Cree reports the Englishman, French Creek, Little 
Qualicum, and Big Quaiicura in good shape for fishing and 
producing, although the first three are on the low and clear 
aide. 


2 Boston, win: 

Smith 1 2:50. 

P*naltla—Shack 
(PI 12:4B. 

TRIED PERIOD 
I. Boston. Eipositn (18) (WUllami. 

Greeni 8:02. 

A Philadelphia. Selby («) (Dornhoefcr. 
An«ottl> 10:12 

a Boston. EipoaJto (13) (WUllami, 

Grant 11:09. 

Penalty Anffnttl (P) 2:11. 

Shota on foal by: 

Baton ..13 14 14-41 

Philadelphia .. < t 3-42 

Attendance: 10,097, 


(Eipoalto, 

Kennedy 


Defensive lapses allowed 
Wickberg and SJoberg to get 
their goals but Wayne Stephen¬ 
son voluntarily left the Ice after 
SJoberg's goal and turned over 
the goaltendktg Job to Ken 
Broderick. 

.. It took more than 10 minutes 

Thursday in- the fourth game of for the Canadians to get started 
the Canadian International in file third period, then they 
Hockey Tournament. struck suddenly to tie it at 4-4 

The Swedes took a 4-2 lead in with goals 95 seconds apart, 
the second period after the Cadieux scored from a face- 
dubs played to a 1-1 draw in the M ^ deflected a shot 

first 20 minutes. by Hargreaves and th® Cana- 

8TART8 COMEBACK dans hemmed the Swedes in 

The Canadians, following until Glenrte’s screened shot 
their 5-1 loss Wednesday to Rus- provided the winning goal, 
sia, appeared spiritless until Coach Jackie McLeod rested 
Cadieux slapped a shot into the his Danny O’Shea-Bill Mae- 
lower left corner of fije Swedish Millan-Brian Harper line and 
net at 10:15 of the third period, rearranged his other lines. 


S0LUNAR TABLES 

WHEN TO RSH OR HUNT 


Tcnlcht 


Loses BCPGA Card 


At aril M M (to Baiaaf Tahla 
ratotaM Itt Mi ana, tfca bal 
RM IM M| ui a>hhi| today 
amt kamn will te mm Mini 
(Tima iham am hdlk SbuManl 
Time) I 

TODAY 

AM PM 

Minor Major Minor Major 

11:06 >:IS 10:50 *:S5 

TOMORROW 

11:25 *:» 11:50 4:lf 


Bill Wake ham no longer has a I Members of the Victoria "Wakeham should have turned 
British Columbia Professional District Committea would like in his card in September when 
Golfers Association card and is to see Wakeham permitted to he completed his tournament 
Ineligible to compete in touma- play in this minor competition play. Our rules are that no one 
ment play until such time as he but they also feel that he will can hold a BCPGA card unless 
has been reinstated. jeopardize his standing with the they are a Class "A” profes- 

Wakeham’s card was with- BCPGA if he plays without his sional or employed by a Class 
drawn on Dec. 16, because he card. "A" professional either as 

was no longer being employed assistant-professional or a 

by a Class "A” professional, a TRICKY PROBLEM teaching professional. In the 

requisite for BCPGA member- jn the unlikely event that lon £ run, we are only protecting 
* h ‘P' Wakeham should decide to play, him by withdrawing his card.” 

Unless his status is changed jj j g almost certain that Mac- can get it rack 
between now and then, it Is Leod, Trapp and other pros 

unlikely that the young Victoria would withdraw rather than Wakeham was not particu- 
pro will play in the scheduled face a certain BCPGA repri- larJ y U P S< * "bout the with- 
third round of the fall monthly marx i draws!. 

medal competition, scheduled at ’ "It really doesn't bother me," 

the Royal Colwood Golf and Pau ‘ Trapp, Victoria Golf be said, "except that I feel bad 
Country C3ub on Sunday. ^ ub professional who is the about it applying to a compe- 

Wakeham holds a two-stroke regicoial representative of ihe titlon such as the medal round." 
lead over Ron MacLeod and has BCPGA, said that the with- However, reinstatement can 
a four-stroke edge over drawal of Wakeham's card was be affected as soon as Wake- 
Vaughan Trapp heading into the purely routine. ham starts work as an assistant 

final 18 boles. "Actually," Trapp said, or teaching professional. 


The permit system is still in effect on the Big Qualicum 
this year. Permits must be obtained at the federal fisheries 
project office, directions to which are clearly marked. They 
are issued on the honor system . . , help yourself and fill out 
the questionalre when you finish fishing. 

More questions are asked this year . . . where you caught 
your fish, lures used, time* you used each type of lure and 
others ... ail in the interest of providing better steelheading 
information for anglers. 

Although the permit system is on an honor basis, there will 
be conservation officers checking the river and you will be 
in trouble if you haven't got a permit. 


Wilf McKenzie reported fishing has slackened off in the 
Albemis with the low water, but it has been hot. Now the 
steelhead seem to be scattered throughout the rivers and they 
are a little hard to cajch. 

Puntledge River at Courtenay, which is a controlled river, 
was in fair shape yesterday and producing, but the Tsolum 
and Oyster Rivers were low. 

Campbell and Quinsam Rivers were reported by Ed Enns 
to be in good shape and producing. Gold River has been hot, 
but the road into it is reported “terrible. '* 

Biggest fish so far from Campbell River is a 21.14-pounder 
landed'Christmas Eve by Armour Sambrook. It is in line for the 
Campbell River Fish and Game Club trophy and the Campbell 
River Sportsman Centre trophy for the, biggest fish of the 
year. 

Salmon River was reported by Ray Fontaine to be in 
good shape and producing some good fish. Biggest fish in Ray 
Fontaine's White River Court Derby so far this year is a 19- 
pounder landed by lan Sutherland. 

Sooke Rod and Gun Club has Initiated a four-month-long 
ateelhead derby for its members, with entries accepted from 
anywhere on Vancouver Island. There will be a prize for the 
heaviest fish each month and a major prize for the heaviest 
ateelhead of the contest. 

King Fisherman Contest entry forms will be supplied to 
each member, who may use these to list hi* fish and get them 
* verified at any weigh-in point on the Island, They should be 
returned to Bill Stephenson, derby chairman, phone Sooke 
642-5449. ~ 


Coffee Macs Keep Edge 
Red Lions’ Streak at 20 


Nygren, who broke away with I when they play hosts to the point* behind the fourth-place 

New Westminster Royals and 
two games closer to the end of 
If the Royals 


league-leading Penticton Bron¬ 
cos at Memorial Arena at 8:30 
p.m. 

Mitchell, playing on the line 
which has been the most pro¬ 
ductive for Cougars in recent 
games, has taken over the team 


ing chance from 15 feet. 

Cadieux and Roger Bourixm- 
nais both hit goal posts before 
Dtoeen broke away to rifle in 
the 1-1 goal. 


their schedule, 
win no more than six of their 16 
games, the Cougars wfll have 
to go 10-4 to tie for toe last play¬ 
off spot. - 


FIRST PERIOD 

1. Sweden. Obei* (WyfTWi) 4:» 

2 Cum da. Dtneen OUrgrava) 11:04 
Pmal tie a— Nygren (S) 11:14, JohMton 
(C) 13:SL 
SECOND rEEIOD 


Next gamei: 
t.atmtti, 2 p 
vx Coffee Ma 
oC Victoria. 


A Sweden, Wick her* 1:11 I 

A Sweden. SJobarg (Lundetroml *82, 
a Canada. G- Finder (Dtneen. Bar- ( 

Sweden. Palmqvlit (Oberg, Nygren) 

^Permittee — Buck (C) 1:07. Carl moo 
( 8 ) 11 : 20 . 

THIRD period , ' 

7 Canada. Cadieux (Bcurboonaie) 

M * 8 Canaita, Oilmen (Hargreavea) 33:30. 
• Cmmda. Ulamia (Buirtanta. Ca 

dleuxl 14:20. 

Penalty—Lunditreni ( 8 ) lS'lA 
Shota on goal: 

Sweden .—---J 

Canada ..30 18 18-41 


chinoqka _ i4 n > w in a ____ T l.._j.„ .. steady performance against 

rto Saw.-M IS • ‘Jg S S Thursday as Macs won. Farmers, leading 28-24 at half- 

Noth'sKao*'!!" is i ii ■ *• 4 81-65, in Victoria Senior Men's Mme and adding 27 paints in 

irvie jayvees .ii • M « Mis ■ Basketball League play at Lan«- g w seoond hail. 

down* Junior Hiatt School. 

VANCOUVER — IGA Grocers TT*! win maintained Macs' sparba * vie wiacott * Dm Parquhar 
took over aote league lead at six points ahead ^ 

firrt place in the Iitfer-aty ^ iecont j-place Labatta, who ulbatts (Hi-aae^n f Jo* pm- 
Jiaikr Men's Baaketball League, Memtta Farmer Construction WSsSTi 

two points ahead Of Victoria 55_45 t while it was the 20th loss Churk H*nn*U, Barry Jaekaon 
CHnooks, by defeating CYO wMtviut a win for the luckless _ _. . W1111 

74.77 TtxmirlBV. . . __ COfTKK MACS (gtl—Rick WlUlsm- 

baarsK, t*-U, ITWrsaay. Hons. mm U Ron Howker U, Darrell Lcrimer 

Don Gately paced Grocers, _ n, uai* Bats 7 . Brace valor, biii 

who have played three more RETURN TO CLUB »■ ”• D ^ 

games than Chknooka, with 23 Darrell Lorimer and Bill red uon inn («i-Dantw Adair 
points. Gary Kalman added 14, Spots wood, who wil! play with nur'^mmon' X '^ai Laad*i1? skip 
Don Redman, 12, and Randy Labatts In toe playcfTs, received ^ n"jw 

McKenzie, 10. permission from the Victoria lus? ai 1 _ 


With defending champion regain the trophy they won in 
Delbrook of Venoouver unable 1966. 

to attend because of a previous Action begins wWh Chemainua 
engagement, the Chemahws meeting Courtenay a* 1:30 pm. 
Timbenmen will be favored to Ctaranont ptaya Cowichan at 
win the fourth annual Mayfair 3 p.m. with the semi-final 
High School boys' baskietoalll kwens squaring off at 7:30 p.m. 
tournament, which starts Sat- and the winners meeting in the 
urday at Claremont. trophy game at 9 p.m. 

Admission will be 25-cenls 
Undefeated this season and gcudie-nta with activity cards 
three times a winner over both ^ a dtdU. 

Ciaremant and Ccsvlchan, the -—- 

Timbermen will be trying to 


Hockey Scores 

ONTARIO JUNIOR 
McKltTMl * H«mllton * 

Nlagaa Fall* 5, Petertofough 2 
QUEBEC JUNIOR 
Thetfocdl Mina 3, Sotrl 8. 

Shawlnlgon 8. Quebrc 1. 

WESTERN JUNIOR 
Rcgliu. 3, Weyhum 2 
Moou J«» 5. Brsndofl 4. 

QUEBEC SENIOR 
VlrtorUvIll* 7, Shotrooke 3 


E»»t*ni NiUnU ft Grsnbyd. 


HOCKEY 

SAT. JAN. 6 


eveitt* tmA bean let at Tokyo. 
By applying toe correction fac¬ 
tors, Dr. Rapp reports an ath¬ 
lete In Mexico City could with 
the same effort Improve on the 
marks by the following 
amounts: Javelin throw, 444 
inches; hammer throw, 3% 
inches; broad jumpi % inches; 
shot put, 1 inch; discus throw, 
3',4 inches. 

Dr. Rapp said the greatest 
possible difference caused by 
gravity would be a javelin 
throw, for example, at the pole 
and at tike equator. This would 
be 19V4 inches. 


each successive site has been 
closer to the equator. 

Dr. Rapp has compiled a 
table of correction factors for 
gravity at a number of different 
Olympic sites and at five-degree 
intervals between ihe pries and 
the equator. 

The table shows, for example, 
tnat an athlete competing In 
Mexico City should in each 
event better the distance 
nehieved with the same effort in 
Tokyo 

Supposing that the existing 
world records (not necessarily 
Olympic records) for each of five 


tre of the earth and also where 
there is no centrifugal force.” 

What effect does tola gravity 
difference have on athletic per¬ 
formance? 

Dr. Rapp said toe 1968 Olym¬ 
pics next will be held at a lati¬ 
tude of 19.405 degrees. As this is 
closer to the equator than toe 
19ti4 Tokyo site at 35.71 degrees 
latitude, toe gravity is less, and 
therefore it will take less effort 
to set the same marks achieved 
m Tokyo. 

In fact, Dr. Rapp noted, each 
Olympic* since 1960 has made 
new records easier because 


locations for longer and longer 
throws.” 

Dr. Rapp noted that gravity 
variation has many causes but 
the dominant one is that the 
earth is somewhat flattened to¬ 
ward the poles. 

"Thus at toe equator a person 
is, at sea level, the farthest 
trum the centre of the earth and 
at a point where centrifugal 
force is strongest,” Dr. Rapp 
said. 

"Here gravity is much less 
tnan at the poles, where a per¬ 
son would be closer to toe cen- 


COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — 
There have been divergent 
views over the effects of high 
altitude and ‘thin air" on the 
1968 Olympic Games in'Mexico 
Qty. 

But geodesists, the scientists 
who deal with measuring and 
mapping ti.e earth, seem to 
agree that gravity will make a 
dilference. It will make it easier 
to break records. 

As gravity on its surface var¬ 
ies from point to point, geodes¬ 
ists feel this should affect the 
distance a person can throw or 
Jump. 


Dr. Richard H. Rapp, associ¬ 
ate professor of geodetic science 
at Ohio State University, be- 
l.eves many of these differences 
are significant. 

"If the distance a person can 
throw an object dependB on 
where he is located, we would 
expect all competition to be 
hdsed on the same location in 
order to establish world records 
correctly," Dr. Rapp said. 

"This is not being done, and 
Uits tact becomes important- in 
considering world records that 
are being set at many different 


VICTORIA 

COUGARS 
































SHOP FRIDAY 9-9, DAILY ’TIL 5:30 


coodAur 


ESQ* 'MALT 


SPORTS CENTRE 


fllilu fflolnnlit Victoria, B.C., Friday, January S, 1968 


referees Is that any coach who 
comes on the Ice shall be auto¬ 
matically expelled from die 
game. 

'He can be banished to the 
dressing room or far enough up 
in the stands where he can have 
Isa part in running the team.” 

"We can’t or we Wouldn’t 
expel him from the rink, but he 
must be far removed from the 
bench.” 

FUND GETS BOOST 

Thx NHL's indigent players 
fund has been enriched to the 
tur.e of 53.875 from fines levied 
so f»r thia season. 

The hassles started in Boston 
Nov. 5 when a combined force 
of Bruins and Toronto Maple 
Leafs contributed Jl,200 for par¬ 
ticipating in a brawl that saw 
both benches clear. Coaches 
Harry Sinden of Boston and 
Punch Imlach of Toronto were 
exonerated of any blame in the 
incident. 

(hi Nov. 9 players of St. Louis 
Blues and Philadelphia Flyers 
took part in a similar melee and 
were nicked for a total of 51,275. 
Montreal Canadiens and the 
Bruins supplied an additional 
$1,650 for another main bout at 
1 Boston Gardens. 

! COUGHS UP «2M 

Montreal coach Toe Blake 


the opinion Of Scotty Mor- fines. 1 rule would have to be made by 

Tis 0 n, National Hockey “The $5G automatic fine Is ob- the NHL rules committee which 
t „f OPM s n vlously no deterrent," he said. * 8 made up of the general ma- 

League referee - m - chief, „ My p<. r50nal ^ that a nagers and coaches of the 

players leaving the bench jiOU fine may be the answer.” tean “- Blrt 1 *>y time 

to fight on the ice and a K*»i,y bea-SON "oSl^ 

coaches who jump over the ^ ^feree-in^Nef was com- bon to the measure." 
boards to protest official meriting on a rash of incidents However, regardless of any 
decisions are getting off too have plagued the league decision on increasing the deter- 
ltohtlv t ; *hi season In which players rent fine. Morrison has taken di- 

have emotied the benches to eo rect action aeainst meddllns 


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BOSTON (CP) — Boston Red 
Sox's hopes of repeating as the 
American League champion* 
have been dealt a blow with the 
word that patching ace Jim Lon- 
borg's recovery from knee sur¬ 
gery may keep him sidelined 
for virtually the entire first 
month of the 1968 season. 

The big right-hander, who was 
Injured in a Dec. 24 skiing acci¬ 
dent, was scheduled tor release 
from tlie hospital today, but 
club trainer Buddy LeRoux said 
t.e wasn’t expected tp be back 


in action until several weeks considered their over-all pitch- 
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half a dozen or more starts for a^ady made two trades de- 
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Packers Aren’t Perfect 
But Raiders Impressed 


LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S WEAR 

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Seals and the Bruins forgot the 
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Olmstead 
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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — 
The American Football 
L e a^g u e champion Oakland 
Raiders looked at films of 
Green Bay Packers and coach 
Jonn Rauch ,came away re¬ 
marking: "I’ve never seen a 
perfect team, but if any 
comes dose it is Green Bay.” 

His comment Wednesday 
was in reply to sports experts' 
assertions that coach Vince 


Lombardi’s National League 
champion Packers constitute 
a perfect team. 

Rauch, Coach of the Year in 
tne AFL, and his champions 
will take another look at 
Green Bay films today. That’s 
the only way they’re learning 
about their Jan. 14 foe in the 
Super Bowl at Miami for the 
pro championship. 

They have not scouted 
Green Bay. 


Lombardi had two scouts in 
the Coliseum Sunday when 
Oakland crushed Houston 
Oilers 40-7 for the AFL title. 
They called the Raider de¬ 
fence impressive, but said 
they couldn't make compari¬ 
sons: they didn’t know how 
good Houston was, so couldn’t 
judge the calibre of team 
Oakland defeated. 


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a a « a a 35 m-p.g., lubed for life (It- 
mm Un **- 


Performance 


S». Patrirk'i . 

Unit I ailed IT 

Metropolitan 

Uni ltilled Hasp. 


LADIES’ SKIRTS 
Vz OFF 


36” Velveteen 

Quality velveteen, so pop¬ 
ular for bosteaa gowna, 
children's wear, cushions 
and drapery. Red, blue, 
green, brown, gold, All 
turquoise. Beg. yard 1 
2.8B. BALE, yard ■ 


Metropolitan 
Unit In 

1 In aria 

JIVE.NUJE 


Wool Mends, velvets and corduroys. Aline aad 
belted styles. Assorted shades, sices 1-18. 

^99 to9*89. 1 99 

SALE PRICE A IU \J 


Durability 

Cortina has won U National 
Championships and mare 
than M 1st places in rally 
and race events throughout 
the world. 


TODDLERS’ 

OVERALLS 


Oak Bay to Host 
Basketball Meet 


P W I. T rta 
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a s s t i 

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a a a a ia 
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nil: Popularity 

* ' * * * Over V/i million sold. 

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Girls’ Sleepwear 


Soft, crease-reelstant fab¬ 
ric for school or office 
wear. Bold abstract and 
florals in maroon, orange, 
browns, rose, A»» 
greens. Reg. yard M 
3.88. BALE, yard .. mm 


Maglcare fabric, lined 
with boxer waist, shoulder 
straps—a few cords. Blue, 
pink, yellow, turquoise. 
8lzeo 12-24 mo. Regular 
2.38 to 2.88. 4»4H 
8 ALE. 1 to I 


Flannelette and brushed rayon baby dolls, pyjamas 
and gowns. Plain and lace trimmed. Blue, pink, 
yellow and flowered, sizes 4-14. di2B A2S 

Reg. Price 1.88 to 4.89. R < 

SALE PRICE . H to U 


Oak Bay hosts five high in this competition, the tourna- n». u* can* 

school girls' basketball teams— merit will serve as a warm-up H DQET Mml 

Nanaimo, Courtenay, Delbrook, for the opening of the Inter __ n u— 

Victoria High and Claremont— High School Girls' Basketball r-nro . 

today Mid Saturday to an to vita- League on Jan. 9. itJS* 

tional tournament, and although Each team will play three faioj 

local school teams will n ot meet games, the three local teams mp*. 

meeting the visitors once each. *• *• 

Three games tonight atari S** *, 

...1 play. Victoria High comes up setnumin 

1 against Nanaimo at 6:30 p.m., £*r*Sick"/"* 

followed by Claremont - dour- 
tenay at 7:30 p.m. and Oak opomi 

h Bay-Drfbrook at 8:30 p.m. BANTAM 
Action resumes in the mom- £££*"*“ 

I ing with the first of tomorrow’s }£«••«■ ■*»**• 
4741 *‘ x 8 vn «8 between Oak Bay and owo «m " 

Yil Courtenay at 9 :30. 

Victoria High meets Delbrook 
Ticket! at 11 «.m., Claremont playa Nn- 


MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR 

MEN’S WORK SHIRTS £ 


Boys’ Club Jackets 


mtn 

3 I II ■ 14 
1 ( 1 ■ II 

1 > I • II 
1 4 3 • S 
3 3 4 • • 

1 l ■ • 1 

19 19 9 

r vi, t «■ Yates at 
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BRITISH 
CAR CENTRE 


Melton doth club Jacket* to clear. Dome 
fastener opening, knit¬ 
ted collar, cuffs snd UM OQ 
waist. Purple - gold, ■ _ fa fa 
brown-tan, black - red. W w 

Sixes 8 to 18. Reg. T.85. ■ 


188 % cotton flannelette work 
shirts, full cut, washable. Blue, 
green, red, brown checks. 
S M bXL Reg. 2.49. 


SPECIAL 


384-5555 


Get a 
Wheel 
Alignment 


MIAMI, Fla. (AP) 
for the Super Bowl professional naimo at 2 p.m., Vic High com- 
football game were reported pletes its schedule against Oour- 
sold out Thursday, assuring tenay at 3:30, Claremont takes 
Green Bay Packers and Oak- on Delbrook at 5 and Oak Bay 
land Raiders more than 70,000 and Nanaimo complete play 
spectators for their Jan. 14 con- with a 6:30 game, 
test. ‘ 

_ A spokesman for the Super • 


Cotton drill work pants for the 
larger man. Belt loop waist, 
unfinished leg, 39" or under. 
Green only, sizes 38 to 44 waist. 
Beg. 4.29. 8ALE . 


Cotton cord effect pants 
with low rlae wide belt 
loops, reinforced at atrnln 
points. Rust, loden. blue, 
gold. 8lzes 14 to 18 and 
28 to 32 waist. 

5 10 


Bowl Committee said the final 
tickets went Thursday. 

The game, pitting the cham¬ 
pions of the National Football 
League against the American 
Football League titlehnlder, was 
moved to Miami thia year after 
n poor showing at the box office 


100% nylon down Insula¬ 
ted vest with full 
zipper, knitted neck band. 
Red. reverses to beige. 
SML. 


Brake Check 

NOW! 


SALE 


BALE 


LITTLE BOYS’ 
CORDUROY PANTS 

Wide-wale mrdnroy panto, 
flannel lined. Half-boxer 
waist Drown, f|79 
or navy In B 

sizes 3 to ex.Ai 


HEN’S SKI JACKETS 

Quilted nylon ah I Jackets, pile 
lined, zipper opening. Knitted 
cuffs, concealed hood. Black or 
mallard blue. Sfses 4 A” 


DRIVE IN TODAY FOR COMPLETE TIRE 
AND WHEEL SERVICE 

Lota of 

free Easy, Easy Terms 
PARKING 


How 
come 
eraie *#*• 
gets all the 
~ best chicks? 

SOUTHERN 

CHARM,MANt 


Clearance in men’s 85% wool, 
5% nylon sport shirts. Hand 
washable, solidoed tones In 
checks and stripes. J7I 
Blue, gold, groea, B-M-L. #1 
Reg. ».»«. SALE.TT 


In its inaugural performance In 
Los Angeles last year. Paid at¬ 
tendance at Los Angeles was 
61,946. 


V8B«8if«r Inland Ltagu 

TWO GAMES 

TONIGHT 

Action-packed Hockey 
7:45 p.m. 

VIKINGS vs. TUDORS 

9:15 p.m. 

Q.0.R.S vi. STOCKERS 

Admlulna _......... 7S4 

rMUrra . IO« 


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Non-Advertised 
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All Dopls. 


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4 



JANUARY 
t SALES 


ST. LOUIS (AP) — Negro that players were dissatisfied 
members of St. Louis Cardinals with Cardinals management 
of the National Focrtbail League and coaches and feMow players, 
confirmed Thursday newspaper The Globe Democrat reported 
reports that the Redbuds are that eight players deliberately 
not one big happy family, but missed bed check the night be¬ 
laid problems have not reached fore the final game of the sea¬ 
son against New York Giants. 


Save Friday 


9 a.m. to 9 p.m 

Extra Special Values 
Quality Items for Her! 


the boiHng point. 

The comments were prompted The newspaper said the players 
hy reports in St. Louis news pa- were 6ned about $3,200. \ 

peps Wednesday of dissension, NO TROUBLE EXPECTED 

president Charles 


Cardinals 

"Stormy” Bidwill and vice-presi¬ 
dent Willi am Bidwill said Thurs¬ 
day from Miami there k no 
great difficulty and none is ex¬ 
pected. 

The newspaper reports said 
players were dissatisfied with 
SEATTLE (AP)—The Houston unavaiiabUaty of president 

Oilers and the Oakland Raiders Bidwill. who bves in CMosgo. 
will stage an American Football Ne &° Pl«yw* had d «"areF 
League game in Seattle next ^ dlat 8,1 «**tant coach be 
August If a stadium is avail- fired - 

able. Oiler owner K. S. Adams Th« newspaper reports said 
■aid Wednesday. Negro P' 8 ^ handed a list of 

, , . . ., . grievances and demands to 

Adams, who has said he ? . . 

j ... . *itt htfld coach Cnatrley Winner. 

would like to transfer his AFL ...._ 

,_ , . . * _ Winner deonned comment on 

franchise to Seattle, said the , 

exhibition game would "feel the repons. 
pulse of Seattle” on professional THE SOFT PEDAL 
football. 


Set Up Test 
For Seattle 


Ernie McMillan, a 


Tackle 

Negro, said Thursday the news¬ 
paper accounts of the Negroes' 
meeting with Winner took things 
out of context. 

“I don’t even remember what 
ievances were,” McMillan 
but added, "there was 


First Setback 
For Canadians 

STOCKHOLM (CP - AP) - 
Drummondville Eagles, 1967 said, 

Allan Cup hockey champions nothing so overbearing that we 
from Quebec, suffered their could"'tUvewith them. 


phy tournament Wednesday , e coa , 

night, bowing 3-2 to Krylja Sov- ? « }}* * c k 
i f # .k e„ said: "There was nothing threa- 

Jetov of the Soviet Union. , ening _ Tbere wajSn .« wy d e- 

The defeat left Drummond- mantling or suggesting that any- 
ville In third place with five be fired. We had a specific 


points—two victories and a tie | se t of grievances to discuss, 
—with six games left to play. 


Another Negro player who 
Krylja Sovjetov is in first place wished to remain unidentified 
with seven points followed by said it appeared one member of 
Soedertaelje erf Sweden with six the coaching staff seemed racial- 
points. ly biased._ 


Santa Anita 
Race Results 


ADPAT1TA f’alif Tlpenile of THIRTY RACE—$4,000. rlllmlllf ($10. 
ARCADIA, cam.—nesuns 01 0001 . maiden thrM-ycax-olflB, iix am 

Thursday’s thoroughbred racing *f“P : vai««u.i.) . 11 

at Santa Anita Park with entries navid«oo coumy im saiomanai.u 

for today: ifiUSft Z 

nrrt luet-Km pSS^%i M .w a5SLtert“^' 

p.-ch lt Up -Sr ler.) 5 80 3.80 w.“ ( r .11 

SUr Kh»l (Blum) JJ;® Friendly Willie (R- Garcia) ..11 

Alio ran: Verry Blue. Tarry, swim windflo < 1 . Valenzuela) ..11 

Fnrjjt. 4n tfriU HSU *1? Pleme, _.11 

WhirtUtg, Tazerbo Belle L|k „ (D p,, rrtJ .. 11 

Jourche. Time; 1.111-5. P.ttra Pet (M. Yanex) ..11 


Joyce Shoes, Save 5.01! 

Regularly 17.00! Final clearance of our regular 
stock. Discontinued lines of pumps, ties and 
straps. Medium heels and low heels in black patent 
and leathers; brown and blue. 

Sizes 5 to 10, width AAA « - 

to B. Illustrated: Easy- ■■**** 

Living, Touchdown. Sale, each JLJL 


Fortrel Dress Specials 

Excellent value in three distinctive styles: shirt¬ 
waist, skimmer and shift! Choose from attractive 
pastel shades of pink, turquoise, green and yellow. 
Made from the washable, 
crease-resistant fabric, - - - 

Fortrel. Available in | Uvv 

sizes 10 to 20. Sale, each A 


maiden 


Shoes, Floor of Fashion 


Misses’ Dresses, Floor of Fashion 


J ltfc Hat TT • shoemaker» >3 » P 2 JJ V- Pacifist «E. Belmnnlfl . 

iKlena iCaktlititM • ?22'Rich Denire ID. Plerct) 

ADtobt Flaet -Yaner' Craflx Pupil (D. Halil . 

Aten ran: Radaur. fVM EtHr. Dor A Cro** Arm (J. LambeH) 
TH L««. Ba»w La. Too AMI TM If ftindellnk <L. Pincay Jr. 
char. Spaadva Lover. PrmecM Blnlr. pharans iM. Votakel ... 
Time: 1:112-3. Jimmy Cannon t W. Mah 


civih Race 15 500, allowance, three- Slndlcal <A~ MlfWi .116 

vJSStl mu'e-^.u' isrlons.: *« % r ^. kw ,.gj 

* W 'ffie!rc«) L ° V V 31*5.80 Turk. cEaflc (J Seller.' .11« 

Endeavour (Harmalzl 4.« S.M Needle. SUlth «L. Plucay Jr.) .115 

lovtn* Leap (Mahorney) _ 7 -Jf GreOT <Vork) . U6 

also ran: Sword F!*h, Kumarl, Gall- SEVENTH RACE — *7.500. claiming. 
Itela. Supreme Penalty, Venetian Tale*. r*4fl,000-130,000), four-year-old* and up. 
Alpen Dance. Queen of the Sea*. Nimble sL x rurIonic 

Girl. Sweetheart Tree Tima: 1:111-5- Cualnem iD. Cm man) .- 1U 

- Traffic Ruler iJ. Seller!) .118 

Seventh Race—*8 000, allowance, four- My I-ark (W Blrnn . 117 

SKfif ^ *' x tur,on ** : 

*" («SoemjJter) KMPIIIB" Tulyarlater (A. Pineda) .IIS 

>JJS, (cliirnl 120 *«i Xtraaenaory iW. Mahorney) .119 

fviUJauHa) «-« Dizzy Devil (M. Year*) .. .115 

* AJan^ rarr° Po.lade. La Brim, Rayror. Jedmark iJ. Lamhert) . IM 

Real arc, Comic Fellow, Informal. Cor- EIGHTH RACE - Bfl.OOO. allowance, 
vallla, Llttla Compton. Who'a Afraid, ihree-year-otd fllllea, flva and ooc-half 
Tima: 1:10- furlon**: 

- Royal Sue (B. Frazier)..115 

Eighth Race—* 10 , 000 , rialmln*. fejrr- Mor»d»«Shoemaker) .120 

vear-old* and UP. one and one-eighth SchatM Pie 'M Ycaza) ....-111 

lurf A Pleaaant Sort (F. Alvmrez) _120 

■W-- — » a: » *1 son 97 31 Free Sample <A. Pineda) . .117 

riW '-vmdle .Hrlmonle. 26 00 V> no Mis* Rllwt IR. York' _. 115 


Save 10.01 on Cardigans 

Ordinarily 22.00! Fisherman knit stitch cardigans 
imported from Italy. Attractively embroidered 
trim on fornt panel. Available in natural colour 
only. Authentic wooden buttons 
close to neckline. Sizes S, M, L. - - 

Excellent savings for you on 1 | 

this popular sweater. Sale, each JL JL 


Kolinsky Jackets 


Put a little spice into your "under cover” fashions with 
these inviting new shades from Form-Fit . . . Sable (a 
toasty brown) anAGolden Glow (a warm yellow) as well 
as i>opular white? Match up a complete set of girdle, 
brief and bra in each of the three during these special 
savings! Firm control, light weight, comfortable for 
all-day wear. 

Pantle Girdle—Small, medium, large. g? 3(\ 

Regularly 8.00. Sale, each D.J 7 

Brief—Small, medium, large. C CQ 

Regularly 7.00. Sale, each 

Bras—A, 32-36; B and C, 32-38. 3 QQ 

Regularly 5.00. Sale, each 

Foundations, Floor of Fuhioa 


Chose the elegance of a Kolinsky Jacket to take you 
through yeara of fur fashion flattery ... on sale now at 
Eaton's. Deeply furred pelts shaped and finished with 
opera cuffs, shawl collar. Havana shade. 

Sale, each 341.00 

Not Illustrated: 

Natural Mink Jackets—Styled with shawl or gathered shawl 
collar, opera cuffs. Natural pastel shades. 

Sale, each 140-00 
Canadian Mink Trotters—Opera cuffs and shawl collar. 
Natural pastel shades. Sato, each 000.00 

Russian Squirrel Stotoa-Shawl collar, some with pockets. 
Dyed to burgundy and heather shades. Sato, each A 00.00 
, Fur Salon, Floor of Fashion 


Entries 


FIRST RACE—ROOD, claiming 05.0*0), 
fe)Ur-y«ar-ulda and up, 7 furlongs: 
Zarata <J. Palomino) . —.11! 

S Gordo Sam (J. Ccmzalezi .Ill 

ar Die CtouakT (W. HarmaU).11! 

Art Iiaua (W. Shoemaker).Ill 


Selections 

1.—Proud Amnlran. Curragh Prince, 
Art iuue. 

1—Flag of Freedom, Alley Fighter, 
Buah Rhymer. 

*-—Waxafiachle. Corporal Roy, Pam 
pered King. 

4—Bryn Mawr Grad, Silver Goblet 
_ Many Vella 

B.—Devotedley, In tenet y, My Diet, 
a—Jimmy Parmrm , Ah I Comet, Brunt 

wick n 

T. Xtraienanry, TrafBe Ruler, My 


Curragh Princa <R. York) 
Prim Darning <□. Hall) . 


Rnlar (E. Belmonte)-- 

i Admiral (D. Pierce) 

S Talky (A. Sherman) — 
American (J. Lambert) 
tan (W. Mahorney) .... 


Lark. 

t—Morgaiaa, A PUaaerd Sozt, Free 

Sample. - 

S— Boland China, KeUoJet. Surrey 


Sportswear, Floor of Fashion 


SB Aea fW. Blum)-.........— 

SECOND RACE — *5.500, allowance. 
Utree-year-old oolta and gridingi, «u and 

Fwego Security (L. Plncav Jr ) 11! 

Cedar Court (W- Harlack)..Uj 

Fool Clem (M. Valenzurls) .IL 

Bu»h Rhymer fM Yanez) ..-11! 

Look In (M. Ycaza) .■*>—}« 

GagUardo <D, Hall) .JJj 


CLEARANCE 


Flag of Freedom IW. Blum) 
Dream Hero (W. Mahorney) . 


Dial 382-7141, Ask for “Telephone Shopping 


MANY AT COST 

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V 1 




LOCAL NEWS 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Wm Mia MdttM 


CLASSIFIED 


(ESTABLISHED IMS) 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1968 


PAGE THIRTEEN 



Drawing of vastly expanded Hillside Shopping Centre shows extension on Shelhourne to North Dedry (upper right) 


* * * 


* ★ * 


Blood Drain Eased 
By Donors ’ Rush 

Mora than 406 people Thursday responded to a Red 
Crow pie* for blood donors after Victoria’s hospitals were 
almost down to their last drop. 

“Wo barely have enough for today’s needs,” said Dr. 
K. R. Thornton, chief of laboratories at Bojral Jubilee 
Hospital, before the Bed Cross announced that *23 had at* 
tended the clinic. 

Dr. J. A. D. Thompson, assistant director (medical) 
of St. Joseph's, also said there was a serious shortage at 
his hospital, which last week could find only four of a needed 
If pints of a certnlnjyfie of blood. 

Another Bed Cross clinic, Wednesday, collected 157 
plats, a volume which disappointed hospital officials. 

The Bed Cross takes Its cl bile today to CFB Esquimau, 
where It hopes It will bring the week's collections to a 
total of SOt pints. 

esssmmsm^sm^mmmmsasnmmmtKammm^mmm^i 

$200 Daily ‘Too Much 9 

Trustees Query 
Lawyer’s Fees 


Biggest Centre Launched 


Mayor Hugh Stephan 
dropped a red flag Thursday 
and work began on the new 
98,000,000 Hillside Shopping 
Centre which will Include a 
two-storey department store 
and Victoria’s first enclosed 
rinpping msfi. 

Hie new centre wiB cover 
350.000 square feet, making It 
file largest on Vancouver Is¬ 
land. Work will begin imme¬ 
diately on a (ull-line Simp- 
sons-Sears department store, 
which board <iiairman J. C. 
Barrow said would cost about 
93,000,000. 

The first phase of the two- 
part program will feature, in 
addition to the department 
store, a major Safeway store 
developed from the food mar¬ 
ket already on the site, about 
40 specialty riupe in the air- 
conditioned mail], and parking 
accommodation for 1,700 cars. 
* ★ * 

New portions of the centre 
will be built by Dominion 
Construction Co. Ltd. and this 
firm, in partnership with 
I Great West Life Assurance 


Stephen Gives Signal 
At Hillside, Shelbourne 


Report Monday 


McRaes 

Accept 

Saanich 

Offer 


By DON GAIN 

The McRae family has accepted Saanich’s offer 
I to buy the 132-acre estate in the southern part of the 
municipality, Reeve Hugh Curtis said Thursday night 

I “The property titles to vari-i 


MP Goal 
Denied 


-m -m ous pieces that comprise the 

B ■ estate are now being procesred 

■"1 jl through the land registiy 

LJLvfiAvvL office,” the reeve said. 

“The estate is, in effect, now 
the property of the people of 
an extension of the city centre saanicii ” 
to meet population needs. 

There wall be a separate flRST MEEING 
outdoor garden sales depart- A complete report on the deal 
ment adjacent to the hew de- wtfi be made Monday night at 
partment stoe, and a service ^ g rgt meeting of 1968, 

station on the comer of North . . 

Dairy Road tmd Shelbourne. reeve wMal - 
Fifty-five departments wifl Saanich has been negotiating 


By Curtis 


Go. Ltd., will own all but the 
Simpscns-Sears store. 

First phase of the construc¬ 
tion will be completed in 
March or April of 1969, after 
which work wall begin at once 
on the second stage. 

When completed, the whole 
centre will cover 36 acres. 
The shopping centre now on 
the Hillside-North Dairy site 
covers three. 

* * * 

Officials said Thursday that 
planning for the second phase 
of <he work was In progress 
but uncompleted. It was 
anticipated, however, tiiat it 
would include another depart¬ 
ment store, more specialty 
stores, a spa and a theatre. 

Present at the opening cere¬ 
monies Thursday during which 


Alert Oivner 
Slows Fire 


By BILL STAVDAfc 


P«viou« teacher lalary arbitra- 
dactided Thursday that 9200 per ^ formerly charged 9150 per 
day la too much to pay a day 

lawyer. “They gave the teachers an 

Trustees approved an arbitra- increase of 6.64 per cent and 
Hon board’s teacher salary gave themaelves an increase of 
increase of 6.64 per cent, but 3314 per cent,” Mr. Christie 
balked at paying a one-third observed, 
increase in the fee of Kenneth 
Murphy, the board's appointee MAXJM ” 1AY 
to the arbitration board. The Arbitration Act call* for 

The Victoria lawyer submitted ^xlmum payment cf MO per 
a bill for 9800 for four days’ Jw to arbitiatioo board mem- 

bers, he said. 

Trustee* noted that Mr. Mur- 
ANother BILL phy acted Bor eight school 

The arbitration board chair- districts in arbitratkn last 
man, Gerald J. Sullivan of month. 


He noted that,Mr. Murphy, „ . 
who has acted to the board on Defence KapS LrOWII 

—_ 1 .... 4 .- 1 -_ ■ 


Dairy Road mi Shelbourne. ** reeve addcd - J 

* Fifty-five departments wifl Saanich has been negotiating 

a driver began to hammer Sl, i 2 ch lt d “V ** bytXng, ( 0 r several years to acquire the Saanich Reeve Hugh Curtis 

the first of 170 concrete-filled, ™, cl ’ ™ , ***** , cha ^ TTT>a " property to park and recrea- Thursday denied rumors that ha 

steel-cased pilings into the °* tional purposes. would be willing to accept the 

eround were the Simmons- ? thr * vin 8 mail-order business _ ,, nomination to run as Liberal 

boSdbtahW^H lon * in pjd3tenOT in Vic- Expropriation proceedings Cfmd|date ^ tlie next federa j 

SEE ^ tona ™- **8“" when " pnce C .° uld election. 

Clark Bent ail, president oc --—-— not be agreed upon. Last 

D ° m,nk " Ccmteuction the September an arbitration board 1 **■ « lected * 

reeves of adjacent rnmucipah- ii_ set the value of the estate of Saanich totwoyears, he said, 

ties, senior bank and u*ur- Alert l/lORCr 91.200,000 and awarded the "*} <•** ‘f, where my re8paIV 

ance eonpany executives, and family taterest m ^ am0 unt. sibiHty lies, 

muracipal officials. Cjf He said he hoped ‘'some day” 

* * * MOWS r ir€ SECOND OFFER to be able to move Into other 

Admitting that the city had .. .. p „ Saanich later offered the political fields. 

made an effort to persuade ^e-owner Koger Montague [ am jj y $900,000 and was re-1 “But where, and when, and 

Simpsom-Sears to build its May Street, was credited iected November the how. is something that I simply 

store to the downtown core, ™ lowing down the action munlcipat ty an offer of haven't been considering. It’s 

Mayor Stephen said it was, acuptooa r firein his home - 300000 with 9900,000 down for ■ ome time 018 futwe - 

after ell, a free enterprise de- “ p m. Thursday by throw- ^ ^ of 9300,000 - 

cision and once made it w*a* ___y mlng alothea 004 • payable over five years plus 

up to arty hall to «x*dtoato seoond-slnray window. CQst5 of arbitration and interest. r nr C| limn 

it with other chic needs. Firemen said tfie blaze, which ... , ilIUIIip 

He did not consider the new <M between 9800 and 91.000 This is the offer which has - 

centre a flight from the core, damage, was caused by a boy, novv been accepted. 

the mayor added, but rather 5, paying with matches. K x p r o p riation has been -j- j » 

When firemen arrived they dropped, allowing Saanich to m wn I/IV1 

found a pile of clothing smoul- sell parts of the property for M**\JM* 

dering on the front lawn and other than recreational pur- 
more flying out of tile window, poses. m 


a driver began to hammer 
the first of 170 concrete-filled, 
steel-cased pilings into the 
ground, were the Simpsons- 
Sears board chairman and H. 
Clark Bent ail, president of 
Dominion Ccfurtruction, the 
reeves of adjacert municipali¬ 
ties, senior bank end insur¬ 
ance company executives, and 
muracipal officials. 

★ ★ ★ 

Admitting that the city had 


Persecution Charged 
In Court Drug Case 


Seen 

In 

Passing 


Defend* counsel Robert Price Indicated be Intended to with-j been mads before pleading, and Kate Ericfasea with a bunch of 
accused the crown at peraecu- draw a second charge of granted the crown permission to tulip* ... (A salesgirl at a 


and the Greater Victoria Teach- The board re-elected Peter possession or marijuana u ~ -..u -*«»»» ior an aujoummem to seek tne ™ “ “"ri 6 ! L , “ 

*rs’ Association the other half. Bum. as chairman, and chose central magistrate s c o u r t withdrawn, within a month, whereabouts of a material wit- yaid at 941 Easter Road. Her 

"To me the bills are exces- Leslie Karagianis as deputy Thureday. Mr. Pollard made the indica- nes8 was granted, after Mr. hobby is nding.) ... Ted 

aive,” declared Thomas Chris- cnalrman, Mr. Karagianis re- Mr. Price made his charge of tion during the trial of Lome PoUard introduced testimony to Simmon* talking about sports 

lie, the school board's secretary- places Dr. Donald Shorting as ' a tom al persecution” after Hamilton, 19, of the same ad- 9how the witness had been ... Mika Mason getting lettuce 

treasurer, deputy. crown oounael Edward Pollard dress, on a charge of marijuana evadin * ^rvice at a subpoena, greens to his rabbit, George 

“—~ - ' “ possession. Hamilton, another of GOES ON MONDAY * • • 8Un . Pe *Jf nfl ® nd . D,( * 


Sinking Link with Earb 


History Gets New Page 


of 91,000 to lace the joint trial continued Monday, witness or 
Jan. 15. no. 


Tlie 9.60Gten Dutch frright- 
*r Sdtiedyk sank Thursday 
end fin tragedy added 


another page to file annate of 

history. 

Hie pulpcarrying vessel 


Peace Action Groui 


Three-Day Fast 
Will Aid Vietnam 

Sevan! Victoria peaeweeker* laid down their knives and 
toks Thursday nigh* and don’t plan to pick them up until 
Monday morning. _ 


the quartet, was released in his Magistrate Ostler ruled, how- 

own recognizance in the amount ever, that the triri would be ", pl ^5 

of 91,000 to face fii* joint trial continued Monday, witness or _... -, ?* 111 . * * * 

Jan. 15. no HiB rrat,?enU5nK ,rom tha 

. mumps . . . Peaay Jackson 

II WARRANT ISSUED Earlier testimony at the trial to her brother about 

W ■ 51 UP Richard D. Shepherd. 19, of W “ B «* at • ***- teaching as a -profession . . . 

Ff M. HCaV 1060 Burdett, was the third chased an am ount of the drug Lenore Oaason talking mi the 

Cy member of the quartet to face fr<xn Sherpherd with marked , , , Marieae and Pal 

the joint charge. A fourth, money, afto tie mid a girl GrepMm visiting relative* and 
sank In about 100 feet of Gerald Nesbitt, believed by the tnen * : had < l ar, '*‘ r be 1 en * iv f n friends, 
water hall way along the crown to be in Toronto, did not of ^ drUE by 

south side of Bligh Island in appear and a warrant was bhepnera. __ pgggKSnBHBfi 

Muchatot Met between Gold issued for his arrest. 

River and Nodttca Sound. Shepherd also appeared in the 

Bligh Mand is the largest of continuance of his trial on a dfcOI fkfhft Prni/)/>t 

a group of Islands which lie ki charge of trafficking in methe- JuUiIlC S *1/1/1/ m lOICd 

the entoance to the Bound. U drine (methamphetamine). a ■ , ■ ■ — 

was named by Capt. George charge arising from an incident _____ 

H. Richards, Royal Navy, of which triggered a police raid at "W" "1 VW/ T i 

HMS Hecate, when surveying 809 PeoweD on Dec. 15 and R B M. IV / _ 



Union 

Rate 

Blamed 


Building trades union* era 
pricing their own labor toce 
out of the homeburkkng market, 
a construction association of¬ 
ficial said Thursday. 

Ed Phillips, secretary-man¬ 
ager of tha Amalgamated Cion* 
■traction Association of B.C. in 
Victoria, said, "Contractors 
employing union labor no longer, 
build many homes in Victoria.'* 
Mr. Phillips was commenting 
on tfcscussoons by the Victoria 
Labor Council Wettoesday. in 
which high Interest rates, soar¬ 
ing land values and a federal 
tax on butkfing materials were 
blamed to the stump in hesna 
building in Victoria. 

"The Wluencs of increased 
labor costs also attributes to 
dimMshtog trends hi unk»-b(tik| 
residential homes," Mr. Phflbpa 
said. 

He aaid toe cost of Mving had 
risen from an index of 100 to 
144.7, about 44.7 per cent, conv 
pared with a rise hi union car¬ 
penters’ wages, including fnngs 
benefits, of 200 per ceot — from 
. 9162 to 95 07%. 


the sound in 1862. 

★ ★ * 

Oapt. Richards named 


resulted In all of tha current 
charges. 

Mr. Price attempted to have 


Heartbeat Will Go On Air 


after Vice-Admiral Wtibasn this charge quashed on the 
Bligh, who as a captain, was contention that methedrine is 


By JOHN MATTERS 

master of toe R**JBto^lh not included to tha Food and JubilM HofipitB j 

<^*1 Act ' T 1 ? pects to be monitoring mis- 

to George Nfiton In lh charge was hud. Mefiiedruie. hearte by radio 

book Vancouver Island s Wati the popular name for the Aug, a a spokesman 

° oa8t - waa U8ed to toe wording of the ^ )t8 cardiok)gy department 

"Cat*. . BKgh was later charge. «*ld Thursdav nlirht. 


“Fcr tine* days we’re not 
going to eat a thing,” said 
16-yew-odd Teen Oox, 1240 
Glyn Road, a member of the 
Peace Action League of Vic¬ 
toria. 

The league Is balding the 
la w da y fast “out of aym- 
pafiry and compassion for the 
Vietnamese people,” Mir. Oox 
said. 

About 20 members of the 
groig) ere expected to take 
part, he said. 

He said tiiat by not eating, 
each person would save 91 a 
day. 

Tbs S3 saved during toe faaf 


will be donated to Cana¬ 
dian Aid tor VietaameBe Chil¬ 
ians, to be used tor mediced 
supplies. 

Mr. Cox said he hopes to 
collect about 960, and an- 
another 920 from those who 
don’t wish to starve 4atr three 
days but wish to “give us 
money tor lhe cause." 

There wdttl be no gathering. 
"We will do it on cxir own, by 
ourselves. 

“We have 10 people now on 
toe faxt, and we hope to have 
20. But we're actually not too 
sure Hcwv many will go 
through mOi it" 


Coast. 

"Capt. BKgh was late 
known as ^Breadfruit Bligh’,’ 


Magistrate Ostler ruled the 


said Thursday night. 

The hospital’s board 


Mr. Nkholscn aaid, “owing to mofion to quash should have directors has approved a sub¬ 


file notoriety he gained In 
connection with the mutiny in 
the Bounty.” 

The island Is uninhabited, 
he said. 

Muriialst Met, named after 
the Indians who Bved.there, » 


Family Court 
Soon Ready 


acute coronary ward, where 
patients with tiny radio trans¬ 
mitters strapped to their 
waists will wander and rest 
white their heart rhythms are 
broadcast to tape recorders. 
★ ★ ★ 

Tlie cost of the equipment 


the Indians who Bved.tfiere, is The new Family and CW1- ★ * * 

Nootka Sound’s longest arm. dren'a Court off Cook Street wiili Tlie cost of the equipment 

In some places It is less than be-completed toe week of Jan. has iieen estimated at roughly 
a mile wide and extends 25 15 and will be officially opened 921.000, of which 914,000 will 

miles due east. at 3 p m. Jan. 18 by Lieutenant- have to be raised locally. The 


miles due east. 

High mountains rise from 


In the meantime, both 
Royal Jubilee and St. Joseph’s 
hospitals are preparing for 
toe opening of their four-bed 
acute coronary wards, ex¬ 
pected sometime next month. 
★ ★ ★ 

These are the places where 
people who have just suffered 
heart attacks will be plugged 
into monitoring equipment. If 
the heart flutters or stops, 
alarms automatically ring and 
nurses immediately come to 
the patients' assistance. 

The Kiwanis Club needs 
about 97,000 to complete the 
purchase of 930,000 worth of 
equipment that is expected to 
save the lives of about 80 


!. The building remainder would comp from 1 Victorians a year. 


top water’s edge on either will replace previous quarters B r itish Columbia Hospital 


I on Ooldharbor Road. 


Insurance Service. 


Nurses will be within a few 
feet of. each bed and seconds 


after a crisis, will be reviving 
or detbrillating a patient. 

Royal Jubilee’s sub-acute 
coronary ward will be for 
people who “graduate" from 
the acute care ward and 
others whose s hearts behave 
impetuously. 

As a candidate for sub- 
acute, or radio-controlled 
care, the cardiologist used as 
an,example the case of an 
elderly man who suffers 
periodical blackouts. 

He has a heart problem but 
doctors have never been able 
to record the behavior of his 
neart at the moment it starts 
giving him trouble. 

★ ★ ♦ 

If he carried around an F"M 
radio transmitter, which was 
broadcasting to an automated 


recording console, they would 
have a record of the events 
wiiich afflicted his body’s 
most vital organ. 

A total of eight hearts could 
be on such FM telemetry — 
the Fame sort at radio broad¬ 
cast which carries the signals 
that turn a satellite's camera 
toward the moon — at Royal 

Jubilee. _ 

★ ★ ★ 

Their heartbeats will be 
received at what will be 
called a Rhythm Control and 
Diagnosis Centre, a large 
collection of electronic gear 
that will have alarms, flash¬ 
ing lights, tape recorders and 
electro cardiographs, the 
machines that produce a 
continuous Illustration of tha 
heart's activity. 



















Ma 

Na 

KntaHalMiit 
Very Matara 
Na 

Vrij II atari 
Na 


DONNA 


44 Wifll ^btetVtr Victoria. B.C., Frldqy, Jonuary 5, 1968 




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Potato chips lend themselves to attractive arrangement on the luncheon plate. 


Sauteed mushrooms with ham or bacon tempt and satisfy appetites every time. 


Landers 


ST. JOHN’S ACW 


Dear Ann Landers: I am a teenager who Is not 
writing for advice. It’s too late for that. I am writing 
in the hope that you will print my letter for other 
teenage girls who think putting out is the sure way to 
hang on to a boy-friend. 

Bill and 1 started to go steady Kiri who know* how to ray 
on my 16th birthday. It wasn t 

long before we were dang sharing your better experience 
things we hod no right to do. in the hope that ft might help 
His theory was, "If a girl loves someone else. And tow, U you 
a guy she proves ft by holding bave lear^ somedTOK fromlt 
* 9 , ^ ft will not have been a total 

nothing back.” My theory was, 

“This is the way to make him * * * 

mine. It will keep him from „ eM , A— ljulder , : For 
gomg with 0,1 her girls because if past ten years my husband ha* 

I fill all his neeto he wen t want been too sick to work. I never 
anyone but me.” leave him for more than an 

After six months Bill began to hour during the day. Since I do 
act as if I was a burden to him. my ^ housework I am 
He started to complain because plenty busy. Once a week my 
I complained when he went to husband and I go to a movie 
the hockey games with hns together or we ptoy bridge. This I 
buddies. He *aid I was trying to ia fee of aw everim 

own him and he couldn't stand a *octsizing, 
girl who was bossy. So we broke I dcn' t ' to give the 

up. Then I learned he had been impression I am a martyr. My 
seeing another girt behind my husband is a pleasant person 
back. I also learned he had told aod j don't resent having him 
a few of his ' good friends around all the time. We have 
about some of our private been happily married for 22 
moments. year* and I hope God give* us 

If any of you gkis wonder 30 more, 
what it is like to give in to your The problem is this: I love to 
boyfriend I can tell you in a few play Mah-Jcrgg and I get 
sentence*: The few minutes of invited to play about throe 
pleasure are soon replaced by evenings a week. I have two 
terrible feelings of guilt. You teen-agers at home bo my 
walk around scared that you husband is never alone. He 
might be pregnant. You pray always put* on a long fane when 
tor forgiveness but you have a I leave. Do you feet I should 
feeling God Isn't listening be- paas up these Mah-Jongg games 
cause you have failed Him so to please ham? — MIAMI MRS. 
many times in the past. You Dear Mrs.: Ordinarily I would 
wish you could stop, but you're not advise a wife to leave her 
afraid your boyfriend will leave husband three evenings a week 
you if you refuse him, and you but since the man is at home 
couldn't stand that because by 100 per cent of the time, that's 
now the guy is your whole life, a kit of togetherness. 

Then one day he gets tired of I «*y you are entitled to 


Delicacy for Calorie Counters 


This is spiced pineapple angel cake. 
In addition to being delicious, the 


pineapple, believe It or not, is of a 
low calorie variety. 


Low Calorie Dessert 


now the guy is your whole life, a tot of togetherness. Dessert, which have a look Gradually shr in remaining orange Juice; 2 unbeaten egg 

Then one day he gets tired of I «ay you are entitled to 8nd of rtoh"ess without pineapple syrup. Bnng to a bail, whites. 

you and you lose ten anyway. crack, bam and dot tiave «ctually being rfth are much stirring, and cook <me minute. Mix gelatin, cugv, aalt 

And who do you lose hhn to? A evenk** a week if you want to sought after by calorie-con- Remove from heat and stir In thoroughly *n saucepan. Add one 

- - ——-—-— dear. And may every hand you scaous hostesses. noncalorie sweetener. half cup water. Haca over law 

pick have at least 10 Sowers, One of the lowest-caioried Place angel cake on serving heat. Stir until gelatin is 


BRITANNIA BRANCH 

The regular meeting of the' Confidential "to "Frustrated combined willow-calorie pine- overlapping, on top of cake, and «Ur In 
I.adie*' Auxiliary to Britannia Martha: Tell Ivan he must go ***** *" * rich-looking dessert Spoon the sauce, either w^rm or fourths «*P TfJ* 

Branch No 7 of the Rovsi to a doctor and leam if there ft s P ice<i Pineapple Angel, which cod, over the pineapple and juice. Stir until melted. Chill 

Canadian Legion w*H be heWto enough hearing left so that an ■ <kl * U P *° about 133 calories allow ft to drizzle down the (until slightly thicker tan un- 

the Auditorium, 1616 Bianshaid aid might help him. If he can't P* r ^v\ng. sides of toe cake. Serve one .b^iten egg white ™naistenry 

?r p ^ ^ " - — PINEAPPLE ANGEI. *53;“ *. g* 

—-—-—-—---- - Ten slices low-calorie pine- warm d e s s e r t, toast slices of mixture holds its shape (about 6 

apple; 1 Tbsp. cornstarch; % ange| cake min.). Spoon Into Individual 

PTA Children’s Movie Guide jfCTEi IZ S”l ■— - ■ftaftSSS- 

cup V pineapple syrup; % tap ORANGE FLUFF 

Thu table ol classifications is prepared by the Victoria and liquid mvcalorle aweetener. Orange Flidf ackfc up to only Bq| 

Dl^rict Parent-Teacher Council and Is based chiefly upon reviews Drain pineapple and reserve 90 oelories for a one-oup 

In Parents' Magazine and the monthly bulletin of the British gy™ in a aaUcepan blend aerving. BlM MHiHUfMOT 

Film Institute. With the cooperation of Victoria theatre man- together the oamitarch, eftma- One-half cup sugar; 1 envelope 

•gen, ft covers current films. ~T_„_„ _. u t. n ..if WiiiMiilW i 


— angel 


— Is plate. Arrange pineapple slices dissolved. Remove from heat 


Piccadilly Shoppe 

ANNUAL SALE 

now on 

Coats - Suits - Dresses 
Sweaters - Skirts 

1M7 Government Street 


LADY MAE 
SHOPPE 


Carpet Stains Removed FREE! 

Spot removal 1* a public service with Canadian Carpet 
Clinic! If you have a food, coffee, pet or other stain on 
your carpet, call 383-6113 or 652-2501, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
seven days a week, for FREE spot removal. One of our 
carpet maintenance consultants will call at your home 
to remove the stain, free. We mean •'REE—absolutely 
no charge or obligation. Call now-i-or kiep this ad. as a 
reminder, for the quicker we get to your stain th* better 
cleaning Job wa can do. 

Canadian Carpet Clinic 


Professional Rug and Upholstery Maintenance 

383-6113 


Mushrooms for Lunch 

Mushrooms with their inimit- mushrooms by themselves or weh coated with fat. Reduce 
able delicious Davor naturally with a suitable garnish. Sauteed heal and continue cooking until 

„ . .. . fnfW ,. mushroom* with bacon or ham mushrooms are tender and 

rate high In tha world of foods, for lunch <, iupi)OT urowned _ about 5 minutes. 

How fortunate we are that especially when appetite* have Place large slice of buttered 

. . ... mushroom growing in Canada whetted by the chill of toast on each hot plate. Garnish 

isfy appetites every time. has developed to the point winter. with the cooked bacon strip* 

where fretet one* are available toast and servB at once. Makes 2 to 3 

- twelve months of toe year. They “™«ROOMS servings. 

are reasonably priced too when " 1TH “auun ^ _ 

T you consider the great return in 4 to 6 shoes bacon CHIPS WITH CASSEROLES 

\jVUO ehting enjoyment mushrooms 1 pound mushrooms Here is a suggestion for using 

provide when served in and with Cook bacon in large frying potato chips which can be 
ST. JOHN'S ACW many foods. It may be that we pan. Remove from pan and repea te<j again and again and 

St. John's Afltemcm Group of have become so accustomed to keep hot. Add whole mushrooms Lyj j^ng complimentary com 
Anglican Church Women will combining sliced mushroom* and dash of *alt to two jo^ts. The next time you are 

hold it* installation of new with several other foods in tablespoons of toe bacon fat in having a few friends in for lunch 

executive at tfw regular making casserole* and the like pan. Santa quickly shaking the ^ npprr ^ arS making one 
meeting at 2 p.m., Jan. 9. that we overlook serving whole pan until the mushrooms are ^ f avcrit)e casserole dishes 

- ' ' ” make it that much better by 

serving crunchy golden prtato 
chip* along with It. One of the 
most effective ways of doing 
this is to make up the individual 
plates in th# kitchen this way 
On each heated plate arrange a 
bed of flat warm potato chips 
and around this buUd up a 
framework o f large, more 
irregularly shaped chips. Then 
scoop out a serving of the 
mixture from the casserole and 
put it on the bed of chips. Add a 
cotorful cooked vegetable at one 
side and garnish with parsley. 

HAM, EGG AND 
MUSHROOM CASSEROLE 

Four tablespoon* butter; 4 
tablespoons flour; 1% cup milk; 
Vi cup light cream; H teaspoon 
paprika; dash of dry mustard, 
few grains cayenne; salt and 
pepper to taste; 2 cups cooked 
ham, cut In thin strips; 3 hard- 
cjoked eggs, cut in eighths; 2 
cups sliced mushrooms, 
sauteed. 

Make sauce of butter, flour, 
milk and cream. Add season¬ 
ings. Then add ham, eggs and 
mushrooms to sauce and heat 
thoroughly. Spoon mixture into 
greased casserole. Sprinkle fine¬ 
ly grated cheese lightly over 
top. Cover with crushed potato 

Delicacy for Calorie Counters topping is nicely browned — 

» about 15 minutes. Makes 6 

This is soiced DineaDDle angel cake. pineapple, believe It or not, is of a servings. 


JANUARY 

CLEARANCE SALE 

25°% MERCHANDISE 
Masy Hams Up ta 60% OFF 

Come Ia While the Choice Is Good 

BLUE WINDOW GIFT SHOP 

(Odd. Osatanlal Hoar a) 

1607 DOUGLAS STREET 383-5815 


LAST 2 DAYS 

FRIDAY and SATURDAY 

Ingledew’s 

CLEARANCE 

WOMEN’S SHOES 

regular $14.95 and $15.95 


regular $16.95 to $20.95 


regular $21.95 to $2495 


regular $25.95 to $36.95 


Friday, 9 ajn. to 9 p.m. 

Ingledew’s 

749 YATES STREET 

sorry, do exchanges or refunds at sal* price* 


PTA Children’s Movie Guide 


rHimsRV 
<»lt Year*) 


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Ollt Yfira) 
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mon, nutineg and orange rind, unflavored gelatin; % tap. salt; 
Stir in one tablespoon of syrup 1% cup* water, divided; 1 can 
from pineapple to make a paste. | (6 oz.) frozen concentrated | 


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Mlllta___ Over IS . Vary 


Th* NUTSHELL 
RESTAURANT 

A quiet, gracious, delight¬ 
ful dining room located in 
the busy shopping and 
business section of Vic¬ 
toria. 

627 FORT ST. 

Between Government 
sad Broad 

Open • a.m. to > p.m. 

One of Victoria's Most 
Popular 

Dining ]<ounges 


GRAND OPENING 
FRIDAY 


Reception Friday 
Jan. 5th. 
3:00 - 8:00 p.m. 


OF PROFESSIONAL 

UNIFORMS 

STARTS FRIDAY 

REGULAR STOCK—DISCONTINUED 
STYLES 

Lovely styles to choose from in discontinued materials, styles 
and broken size range. These eaay-to-care-for materials such 
a* Terylene, Fortrel, jersey, biends, cottons and other new fab¬ 
rics are suitable for domestic or commercial laundering. Style* 
include some shifts, set-in belts, different length sleeves and vari¬ 
ous styles in skirts . . . and some lab coat*. Colors and white. 

Rises B to 12<4 to MJi, M to 44 

Vz to Vi Price 

COTTONS $498 tn $098 

Reg. from «8.98 to III 


GEMI 

Qzoijk. & 


Appointments Taken 
Starting Saturday 
PHONE 

388-9711 


GEORGES 

1329 Cook Street 
at Johnson 


Lady Mae 

BHOPPK 

824 YATES ST. 

Ini n lri» NUteatl 


Reg. from $S.M to 
f 12.M. SALE . 

TERYLENE 

Jerseys and blends, > 
white and colors laclnd- J 
log black. Reg. from 
I12.SR to flt.M. 

SALE . . 

JACKETS 

Teryteae — white and 
colors. Reg. ft.tt to 
flO.98. SALE . 


8 S V14 ! 


ALL SALES FINAL! 
NO REFUNDS ! 
































SELBY 

ARCH 

PRESERVER 


Batin (Botanist. Victoria, B.C., Friday, January S, 1968 


Clubs and Societies 


ONTARIO GROUP 
A carol ilng-eang wai held by 
members of the Ontario Social I 
Group at the banquet In the 
Dominion Hotel. Mrs. H. Mac- 
Donnell played the piano for 
singing of carols. 


CAMOSUN IODE 
Caanun Chapter IODE w411 
meet at the home at Mrs. R. 
McDougaM, 906 Btefcerton Court, 
250 Douglas Street, at 2 p.m., 
Jan. 5. 


COLFAX REBEKAH 
CaMax Rebate* Lodge No. 1,1 
IOOF will meet uU Tuesday, 
Jan. 9, at 7:30 p.m. hi the 
Oddfellows' Hall for Installation 
of the officers for the ensuing 
year. 


Fun to Wear Fashions for Cruising 

Vail of Montreal designed the charming polka dot hooded pant dress, shown centre, in cotton, crepe doul 

tent dress, at left, for romantic southern evenings. and featuring giant leafy design. One of a variety —( r 

It is in a semi-sheer crepon fabric, one of the many of new shapes designed to go beautifully and com- Cou 

varieties of cottons in new cruisewear collections. fortably under furs for spring wear ... or coatless Can 

Sure to be a favorite choice any cruise is Vali’s under the sun, is this exquisite, Woolmarked 


\ / SUPER MARKET• 

^ V 272 GORGE RD. W. 9 

V<S* DISCOUNT#**: 

Prices Effective Jan. 5, 6, Fit, Set. • 
Weekdays: Open til 9 pun. Sunday til 7 p.m. J 

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES £ 


In Fabrics and Styles 


Feeling of Movement 


Cruisewear Crystallizes Today * Fashions 


This is the time of year when with just the right fashions for on-tne-go In the avant garde dress up or dress for leisure 
r cruise in one of the many *boee summer evenings on a resoit collections now being with equal care and poise. 

chirM tropical island. shown In Canada. Hemline* are short unless 

luxurious snips wmcn piy me Shown above ^ three smart For tooae who will be able to they are meant to trail and 
oceans of the world and stop at outfits suitable for fun in the forget about the rain and fog there is always width at the 
romantic ports of call can do win. The first two, at left, are and that occasional snow in the hem. Line is simple, featuring 
wonders for that depressed, let- from a selection of cruisewear driveway, cotton appears as an the texture or pattern. Most 
down feeling so common on fashions from the Canadian old friend in many new guises, areesea are belted but not 
these dull winter days. Cotton Council and the one at Canadian designers have ranged necessarily at the waistline. 

Many Victorians are among the right is from the Wool the world for the thick nubbly The curving, splashing, fan- 
tne lucky ones who take off Bureau of Canada Collection, knits, soft crepons, romantic tasy prints may appear in an 
shortly after the festive season Cruisewear fashions crystal- sheers, crisp piques and honey- elegant richly textured cotton 
to spend a few weeks aboard a lire the feeling of movement in comb quilts which offer fashion- suit with the longer jacket, or a 
floating "home away from fashion today. Fabrics move able travellers a chance to hooded full length pant dress cr 
home." Preparing for the and fashions move, whether 


even a back-baring cocktail look elegant in any port at call, 
dress. Quilts in pared sun dresses are 

, Toe heavily textured cotton obviously meant for fun and for 
touts, especially the simple the romantics there are the 
sweater dresses need nothing softly Quid cotton sheers which 
but toe glint of a chain belt to spcil moonlight flattery. 


DOZEN 


Grade 

LARGE, TRAY 

Local, Farm Fresh, At Low, Low Prices 


STYLISTS IN 
EYEWEAR 


Social 

AND 

Personal 


UTTER 


from Paris, Rome and New York, constantly send 
us their latest creations. 

Ngwhere can you find a greater variety of styles, 
colors and shape* of optical frames, than at one 
of our four conveniently located offices. 

You will be delighted with the courtesy and service 
we offer and at reasonable prices, too. 


With ^3.00 Order or Over 


Where Prices Are Always Reasonable 

Campbell Bonding Medical Arts Building 

1025 Douglas Street 1105 Pandora Avenue 

384-5914 384 7931 

Professional Building 139 Trank Road 

1100 Cook Street Duncan, B.C. 

384-8311 148 0041 


A number of Vancouver Islanders spent the holiday season 
in Britain. Among those signing the book at British Columbia 
House in London recently were Lt.-Cmdr. W. J. Taylor, RCN, 
and Mrs. Taylor; Mrs. John Thayer, Miss Tanis Hinchcliffe, 
Mr. Simon Wade and Mr, Matthew Wade, all of Victoria. Also 
signing toe book were Mi. and Mrs. Jocelyn Davidson and Mr. 
A. Munroe Archibald, all of Sidney. 


LETTUCE . 2 29 


HIGHLIGHTS FROM 


ICE CREAM 


Select, 

Half Gallon 


Mr. and Mrs. Max Fecht, 946 Westing Road, an¬ 
nounce the engagement of their daughter Carol 
Ann, to Mr. David Alexander Hood Jr., son of 
Capt, and Mrs. D. A. Hood, 3108 Earl Grey Street 
The wedding is to take place at 7 p.m., Feb. 10, in 
St. Joseph’s Parish Church, with Father R. J. 
Caldwell officiating.—(Roy Strable, Jus-Rite) 


Oven-Fresh, 
15-oz. .... 


SHOE SALE 


YORK 

FROZEN 


MEAT PIES 4 


OVER 4,000 PAIRS OF 
FAMOUS NAME FOOTWEAR 


Mrs. Ireland Elected 
President of LEW 


cross n< 
rib n 1 


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Names in the News 


HURRY! LAST FOUR DAYS! 

STEPHEN BOYDAYA GARDNER 
RICHARD HARRIS JOHN HUSTON 
FEIEROlOOLE-mCHAELBIARKS 


said the nodule discovered th 
week wm possibly malignant. 


have found a amaH, pecan -1 
shaped tumor In her pelvic area 
that will require radium 
therapy. Mrs. Wallace has un¬ 
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cer in the past two years and 


police ere checking what they; 
said was his mother-in-law's 
claim that ahe shot him fay 
accident. t 


SAN FRANCISCO — Judge 
Leiand Lazarus baa granted 
permission to Via u Ford to 
change his name to Rlcardl 
Strikeouts Oarmofordco. 

Carronfordco, named Marvin 
Lee Bants when he was bom in 
New York in 1938, legally 
changed his name to Vin 42 
Ford last August. 

In granting the motion, the 
judge asked why the jwtitianer 
had picked his new name. 

"Because there are so many 
people named Ricardo," Car- 
ronfordco replied. 


LONDON — Prise* Ami 
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is to become a Wolf Cub. 


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spell Wednesday night, sources 
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ot talks an the question afj 
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VANCOUVER — Jack Davis, mg ( 

Liberal MP for Coast-Cspilano, VgJ 

says he might run 

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Edna Smith, town welfare offi- to three years in prison and 
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typewriter to support her plea weapons during the Newark 
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she came to work after the the South African 

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lEndeman recently was 
appointed ambassador to The 
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Garden Notes 


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top ay/ nancy willobce e on . 

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Good Time Coming 


and Carefree'Deep Salmon. The seeds 
are very expensive, about $2 per dozen. 

A new carnation, Fragrance, has 
been developed especially for sweeter, 
stronger scent, and another from 
Switzerland, to be called Cascade, is a 
pendulous type for hanging baskets, 
window boxes, lawn urns and patio 
planters. 


la, grow as any annual and will often 
Bloom the first year from seed given an 
early start. Some catalogues may list it 
under its alternate name. Little Miss 
Muffet. 

Another easy new perennial is a 
dwarf form of Canterbury Bells to be 
known as Bells of Holland. The plant 
stands about 18 inches tall and with a 
spread of 14 inches, compact and 
branching from the base, and so laden 
with its pretty bellflowers that the 
foliage scarcely shows. It comes into 
bloom much earlier than the older, 
taller kinds, mostly in pink, rose, purple 
and white shades. As yet, seed* are 
available only in mixed colors. 


By M. V. CHE8NUT 

It Is a wonderful thing, when you 
come to think about it, that we are now 
on the sunny side of the winter solstice, 
and the days are already becoming 
longer. Every day. the sun rises about a 
minute earlier than it did the day 
before, and darkness falls about a 
minute later. Not that the difference is 
noticeable yet, but it is a grand feeling 
to know that the long trek back to 
balmy sunny days has already started. 

Another satisfying thought — stimu¬ 
lating to the ego — is to realize that 
while you and I have been pottering 
away at our humble chorea of digging, 
hoeing, mowing and weeding, skilled 
and dedicated plant scientists all over 
the world have been beating their 
brains to create new and better plants 
— just for us I Some extremely 
interesting newcomers wHi be making 
their debut in the 1968 seed and plant 
catalogues. 


WHERE'S CHIP? THEY 
VM3NT HOLD OUR . 

DINNER « 
RESERVATIONS. / 


Tops among the new vegetables for 
3968. is the Sparton Valor hybrid 
cucumber. Most cucumber vines bear 
both male and female blossoms, with a 
ratio of about eight male blossoms to 
each female, and only the females 
make fruits. The new Sparton Valor Is 
an all-female vine, producing a full-size 
slicing cucumber from every leaf joint. 

The cucumbers are very early and of 
excellent quality, about nine inches lone 
and two-and-a-half inches through, and 
resistant to some of our more common 
cucumber blights. 

The University of New Hampshire 
has come up with a tiny sweet cocktail 
pepper called Nosegay, making plants 
only seven or eight Inches tall and 
bearing round, sweet red peppers just a 
little larger than a cranberry. From the 
description and photps I have seen. I 
believe the Nosegay pspper would make 
an easy-to-grow antK most colorful 
houseplant. 


A new geranium called Carefree 
Hybrid has won top honors from the All- 
America Selection Committee. These 
too are dwarf, compact plants — there 
seems to be a trend toward smaller 
plants these days — and with usual 
all-season vigor, branching from the 
base without any of the usual pinching 
back. 

Carefree Hybrid reaches the bloom¬ 
ing stage from seed more quickly than 
any other geranium — quicker even 
than the previous record holder, Nittany 
Red Lion. Three colors are available: 
Carefree Scarlet, Carefree Bright Pink 


One flower which is certain to capture 
the hearts of local gardeners in the 
dwarf Shasta daisy “Little Princess.” 
This is a single-flowered whit* daisy 
making small, compact bushes only 15 
Inches tall, perfect for bedding and 
borders and blooming all summer long. 

While reliably perennial. It is as easy 


Kill Him with Kindness , Says ART BUCHWALD 


'GREEK. THINKING 
CHAINS?? " 

DO THEY 
WORK? 


f -'IP YOU 

KNOW HOW 
TO USE THEM! 


ARCHIE.WILL 1 f THAT'S ) 
YOU SETTLE MY Z 

DOWN?... -eC?*6REEK 
AND WHAT'S A THINKING 
THAT JINSUNSV) CHAIN'/ 


buying back American 
dollars,” I cried. 

“Exactly. Now we come to 
NATO. At the Secretary of 
Defence's next press confer¬ 
ence, he should say that the 
U.S. joint chiefs of staff have 
concluded that France has no 
sh-ategic value In the defence 
of Europe, and It is to our 
advantage, militarily and eco¬ 
nomically, that she no longer 
be part of NATO.” 


send word to de Gaulle, 
through a neutral power, that 
the greatest fear of the United 
States Is that France will 
permit the British to become 
part of the European Eco- 
“But how?” nomic Community. 

"Let us suppose at his press 
conference de Gaulle says 
that Quebec should be free, 
and no longer part of Canada. 

The United. States should 
immediately announce that 
this is not only a brilliant 
idea, but our military future 
depends on an autonomous 
Quebec. 

“As soon as de Gaulle bears 
our reaction he will drop his 
“Free Quebec” campaign and 
announce that Quebec must 
NEVER be separated from 
Canada.” 

“I could see him doing it,” I 
Said. 


WASHINGTON — My friend de Gaulle is getting under our 
Zimmerman is a wise man, skin. We must make believe 
and when he speaks I listen, that everything he advocates 
The other day Zimmerman makes sense and is in our 

said the United States was interests as well as his.” 

approaching the de Gaulle 
problem from the wrong 
direction. 

"What exactly do you mean 
by that?” I asked him. 


"We should urge de Gaulle 
at all costs to use his good 
offices to keep the British out. 
We might even send over 
Hubert Humphrey to plead 
with him to make it impos¬ 
sible for the British ever to 
join." 

“When de Gaulle hears this 
lie will immediately make the 
British a pertner behind our 
backs,” I said excitedly. 


“Well, every time de Gaulle 
mares a statement or holds a 
press conference, the U.S. 
immediately reacts In rage 
and disbelief." 

“As well we might,” I said. 

“But this is exactly what de 
Gaulle wants everybody to do. 
He gets his kicks out of 
getting everybody mad at 
h'm. The madder we get, the 
better he likes it. Don’t you 
understand, d e Gaulle is 
devoting his last years to 
bugging everyone, and the 
more we sIkjw how upset we 
are, the happier we make 
him.” 


"I’d like to see de Gaulle's 
face when he reads that.” 

“Our policy should be that 
no matter what de Gaulle 
says, we must never let on 
that we’ve lost our cool. We- 
should praise him as a superb 
s t atesman, a magnificent 
soldier and the greatest 
leader of our times.” 

“In other words, kill him 
with kindness,” I said. 


"You catch on fast.” Zim¬ 
merman said. “At the 
moment, de Gaulle is making 
an attack on the dollar, 
forcing us to use up our gold 
reserves. Suppose we passed 
Ihe worn to Swiss hankers 
that the United States is short 
of dollars and we’re pretend¬ 
ing we nave a gold shortage 
so France will sell us her 
dollars.” 

“De Gaulle will be furious 
and use his gold to start 


“Ye*. 1 honestly believe 

that if we kept up this 
approach for a year, de Gaulle 
would lose interest in hie role 
in the world, and fade away.” 

“It’s a cruel thing we’re 
plotting, Zimmerman, but I 
think it’s worth a try.” 


7. i m m e r tpan continued. 
“Now let us take the common 
market problem. We know de 
Gaulle is against Great Brit¬ 
ain becoming a member 
because he thinks we want the 
British in. 

“The think we must do is 


“That I can believe,” I said. 
“But what is the solution, 
Zimmerman?" 

“We must NOT show that 


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The Little World of SHEILAH GRAHAM 


the producer-millionaires in million-dollar pocket money. 
That’s how many more stories by the lale Ian Fleming they 
own. 


LONDON (NANA) — All reports To the contrary, the new 
James Bond has not yet been chosen. This is from partners 
Cubby Broccoli and Harry Baltsman. Harry, loaded with 
holiday gifts and family leaving Les Ambassadeurs— 1 "I'm 
busy preparing Written on the Sand for Michael Caine, to 
start early next month — and who told you that Warren 
Beatt.v would be jn the film with him?” The question was 
rhetorical — he knew I couldn't reveal my source. 


Another producer, Walter Shenson, who became rich 
qulok kissed my cheek at the While Elephant Club. He has 
the Jerry lewis film. Don’t Raise the Water, Lower the 
Rridge — or vice versa — ready to go to the public, but he is 
already rich from having produced the first two Beatle films. 


Actually the film — it isn't quile sure now whether it will 
be made in Israel, it could be Spain — is getting a going-over 
from Caine and Beatty, and if the latter likes what he comes 
up with, he’ll sign on the dotted line. “Then I’m very much 
involved with The Battle of Britain for Mart*," said Harry. 
"And then we'll test some actors for the part of James 
Bond.” 


I doubt whether there will be a third, although the deal 
was for three films. The quartette, who are now hailed as the 
patron saints of this century’s musical sound, will never work 
again for anyone but themselves. They are off and running 
and everything they do musically seems to torn out right. At 
the moment they have replaced Beethoven in the critical 
hoorahs. So why don't Paul McCartney and Jane Asher feel 
more secure and tie the nuptial knot? There you have me. 

★ ★ ★ 

And where are the most way-out movies being made? In 
Belgium of all unlikely places, where a film festival i- 
drawing connoisseurs of this sort of far-fetched thing, from 
all over the world. 


Partner Broccoli said: “My picture with Dick van Dyke, 
Chitly Chilty Bang Bang, is coming along very well. I expect 
to wind It up in March. We haven’t a clue yet as to who will 
lie Jamps Bond in the next one, On Her Majesty’s Secret 
Service. We have to test several young men.” If they come 
up with a winner there could be another eight Bonds to keep 


Destiny Decides 


SYDNEY 

HARRIS 


Bril i5 h figure of the 2Vt>) 
century, Winston Churchill, 
was American on his mother's 
side? 

And even on the high 
mythic level, I have com¬ 
mented before on the strange¬ 
ness that the patron saint of 
Iceland, Patrick, was not 
Irish, but a Briton of Roman 
citizenship; that the pstron 
saint of England, George, was 
probably a Norman, but 
certainly not an Englishman; 
and that the Buddha, won- 
shipped chiefly in China and 
Japan, was not an Oriental, 
but an Indian. 


denbC la it an accident that 
the archetype of French 
power a nd imperialism, 
Napoleon, was not a French¬ 
man, but a Corsican? 

Or that tha hideous culmin¬ 
ation of Prussian militarism 
was not a Prussian, not even 
a German, but 'Adolf Hitler, 
an Austrian? 

Or that the representative 


Last month, the papers had 
some fun , with the fact that 
the champion rider and roper 
at the annual Madiaon Square 
Garden rodeo was not a 
Westerner, but a New Yorker 
bom and bred, who had never 
been west of the Hudson. 

But this Is not as unusual as 
the cute caption writers seem 
to think. Much of the so-called 
Western lore was created and 
substained by slickers who 
originally came from east of 
the Mississippi. 


noidal farm boy with a 
rifle.”) 

And, of course, everyone 
knows that Daniel Boone was 
born in Pennsylvania, Davy 
Crockett In Tennessee, and 
James Bowie (hero of the 
Texas revolution) in Ken¬ 
tucky. 

Possibly these things are 
more than geographical acci- 


PIXies 


Among the . first such 
names that come to mind 
are those of Buffalo Bill, 
Annie Oakley. Sheriff Wyatt 
Earp, and Billy the Kid. 
Surely this would be a rep¬ 
resentative list of "Western” 
characters who have passed 
into the great national myth¬ 
ology of the U.S. 

Yet Buffalo Bill was bom 
near Davenport, Iowa; Annie 
Oakley was bom in Ohio; 
Wyatt Earp was born in 
Monmouth, Ill.; and'BHly the 
Kid was a native of New York 
City! (Billy, by the way, was 
only 5 feet 7 inches tall and 
weighed but 140 pounds with 
his holster on; when his 
family moved to Kentucky, he 
was described as "an ade- 


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Freud, In a lengthy rrfbno 
graph, had the temerity to 
•uggest that Moses was not a 
Jew, but an Egyptian; which 
scandalized most Biblical 
scholars. Yet if a Jew named 
Jesus can be transformed into 
the founder of Christianity, 
what is so strange or shocking 
about an Egyptian lending the 
Israelites’ 

People become what they 
were meant to he, no matter 
where they were bom; and 
sometimes they become so 
because of a hostile environ¬ 
ment, rather than despite it. 
Even an adenoidal farm boy 
did it 


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Siarahalt. AM leavea ana wav wh,^, f 

Wall Or. of Shiwntgin LShe.. Enquiries p.---_ 

Karort of Shawn I win >*»# and SOPHISTICATES ■ O C I A 1. CLIjS 


DANIELS Born lo Mr and Mrs 
J. J Danlrla. non Koy Kd . al 
HomI Jubltra H>*pital un Jan. 
4. IMS. a dattfhlet, I'aula Marla. 
I I IN via Many Ibankl lo Hr, 
Archil tftpj and fnaiarmly alaft. 


CLEAN ALBERTA COALS 
For Stoves and Furnaces 


iM2fSnw 

phone 468-1085 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters Paperhangeri 
Stray Painters 
Flatter Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
,383-9059 Eves. 382-1479 


Coal and Cots* far Aga Serves 
Prestclogs — Beating Ofll 

ROSE FUEL CO. LTD 

713 Pandora faM-fife 


GOOD INCOME »t)R MATURE 
man In lha Victor* ana. Take 
■ftorl auto Irl pa hj runtact Cus- 


•pn m-nm 

Cl reals Hon, Stt-ffTM 


Coiwcnd area prlfarrad. 


HOI'LA MAN Ch'lallaa ind NuMn 
Houiahan wish to annuunr* thr 
an Sal i4 Ihair rhneen baby two- 
[Mr horn Nnv. 28, 1MI. 


Editorial, 


r SfaMla rS cmAAWPN OWtNtAL MUSEUM W1MTID __- -_ - - 

*1 ftrn , Ur. riaacd tor th* iaaaca except by WANTED HADYSimNC WPr.Kiv.YH MY 

I friltowid bv * anointment. *831813. --——- boma — ShelWWW*-ite?*teto area 

I, taotmm b, appointm ent. mw --- "LICENSED REAdAW' tori aM supper a--SO par day 

_ 20 WOfT AND POUND *.-« tf -1 m w yaar aamlnc B» tmSW. ___ 

. —- T i i T il -bWwM eomtteaslon In town, oa ta TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT 

on Wanna* LfWT LADYO WHITE GOLD n par cart plus tamus No *i«il roll/part tlma secretarial work 

Mr. Gory watch, fatal wtth 4 diamonds. vmrfj <*, Mai, Oieck ora Mira e trill,, other work comldfred 

of iau Mayr expansion brdcaUL Downtown Araa. ooniraoL M far Mr Evans, AH ftj ;~H 

was a native StMOM. InqrtM** atriol$y mofMesKtai. West- __ • . — zzz z — 

^ GHEHN^JEDa-JACREr, TAKEN "*»*- ^ ^ ^ _ E& V S *S?' 

* Ta.Wir. at ‘n erfor from Charming S* 1 "" WaN+tD—NORTH OF ROYAL OAK »nrr I «r « i-W.-» Am 

far Paol, al Sdt, Dec So. I have yours, call to gMney Teach In vow tw*n*. —nanvatT i—rSrifi MY 

"*> « h of , Wf * *** **_- Ltajo or acgordlon, to |4 far Hour W^L BA***£ 1 |(! OTL». 

„„ _ LOST rftOM TALLt - HO NEW * lu ‘ <T7 ' _ _. _ 888-4384. 

S?* «■$!? Years Dince.__Hla<* far facket xSaa BILLS GETTING YOU wfW^ iri-jnwri nw nesrluT 

down? Earn #ktra money Inyour tKXJKZKPim OK O 1IN E R A Li 
1 spirt time. Writ* Victoria Prese. fTflci work, also bookkeaplni at 
IBM «0 for mor* lnforfoatlon. nofa*. MS-MH 

ACCOUNTANT EXPERIENCED IN C t. BA NINO WOMAN HAS ERI- 
incoma taxes, aalary and basiaa. Ex- days frre. Referrncra Own trans- 
rrllent opporttmlijr. full trpart nwlatknr Victoria Preaa, Box Vtt 
lime. H. and W Block Os spEEtrf CLEAN Ufc SPECIALIZE 

EAnir E3<TRA INCOME. FULL DR Ifi Ij* cleanW. JW aperfakat 

part-time. your own buiineas. SSS-gSW, 5 to 7 p.m. _ 

477-4574 for appointment. _ BABYMrrma. VKJKMUA WEST. 

Ett namtH, mi— i _ 

24 FlMALK HELP WANTED typing done in my home 


CLARK M PATTISCm 
PAINTING CONTRACTORS LTD. 
Bnub or spray. PapAhinierm. Tex- 
im and vkyl m*t Will do all or 

R rt of any Job. Palnl 4k»e. BAPCO, 
SNERAL and BENJAMIN MOORE 
I ■mint* and renfall el aU aatMirs' 
equIpiMnL Terms U deatren Pbooa 
3S4-044K 1« Pftncesa Avenue. 


MAR1NICM Born fa Mr and Mr! 

MS Aruba 


FARMER 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
Repair Dept. 

Allaritlopi, ennaste, rarpfBtjy ■ 


Rlcfart J. .. — - 

St., at lha Royal Juhlle* Hiwpltal 
no December ft. 14ST. a da nab 
tar. CalMrlnr Psirlc*. 1 lbs. 7 oa 
A Slater for Dehbll Thafikl to Dr. 
May. 


IIPLOMAT LUMP, 121.30: EGG. 
»■»: Ad. tll.M. Ftlrhard #il| and 
ona. ilnea 1183 74l Fort IM-I4*t 


BOX BBPLXB8 

An repHaa la pnvata W 

esidBera avatlaMa (r«m 
8 :M 4.M. fa liM p.M. 
M«o4ay la Friday brtfc- 

aiv*. 


m. CAMPBELL LTD. 

General Contractors 

BwSdfa* Qmaadtanta 

Commercial and Residential, altera¬ 
tion!. repairs, cabinet work, con- 
cMs, lower, drain work. 41b MM. 


MARTIN Bom to Lt dnd Mm 
P C Martin. 3031 Wallealy Cres , 
at the Royal Jubilee Noapllal on 
D*camber 39, 1BCI. a eon. Blaven 
Bruce, 7 pounds, 13 ouncea tin- 
[ aumf. I 


OFFICE HOTTM 
CtaaaUled OoBitar, IM 
IlIN. ta IM p-m. Baal- 
Btaa Offloe. IM a.fli. ta 
l:ia p.m. Monday to Fri¬ 
day toclaalve. 

CLOSED SATTBDAT 


SPECIAL 

DRY INSIDE rm 
Rand loaded, very Mian. IT - 
lenfthi for foroaca, flreRUre. 

_kitflien range. 

PIHPLANBR ENIW 
Klin dry, 2x4 2x8. 2x10. fttov# 
length* Immadlat* delivery. 

SOOKE FUEL CO. 

tn-sm mm 


BILES—DA WfdneDday, Jin. I» ^ msul# to t/lF OamcFf 
19*8. Mr. Frank Bernard Biles, -— Tr” " -■ 

bom In Weymouth, Dnraet. Eng¬ 
land. and a resident c* Victoria • |M MtMOP 
for lha past 48 yearn, residing iwasaiwis 

at No «. M Corgi Rd W He --—-- 

11 survived by Ms loving wife, BADENOCH—In lovtng 
Laura, at tha reoldance; one m y dear son. who 
daughter. Mrs Samael Cook of yrn us January t, 1* 

\SJW1 SStT 

Ooodbrmndsnn of Selkirk, Man . wH! ti 
several grandchildren, niece, and M 1 1 " 

nephews. He wab retired from 'l!" 

the Royal Canadian Navy and 8“ f * arm* of . 

wa» a member of tha Chief Petty -Lmlnglv remember* 

Olfleef*' Asaoclatlan. and TVrfy. _ 

Ftihfral perrirn will ba held Is 
McCall JBron FLORAL ""***• 

.lohnaon and Vancouver 

Friday, Jan I at * 


HOME RE NOVA! 


Cbder homes Improvi 
laled 11 llcro, new wi 


STUCCCHNG. PLASTERING 
Alteration ItaBseewMe. 473477b. 


edveefrnughln*, etc. All work guar- 
anieod In Arm written contract 182 . 


Plumbing and Moating 

FREE E9TI- 


34-HOUR SERVICE.--- 

males. Qualified Workmanship goar 


GREfcNBAHK DESIGNS 
Contract dvision Lid. 
Deslpsers and PXdldrre 
A complete pkrkag* deal of <1 feign. 


TELEPHONE flOVBS 
IM B-m- ta I Ml p.m, 
M0*4*7 ta Datarday 1*- 
claatva. 


anteed for all your plumbing and 
healing repair, and rennvillraii 
J Ot HRON3TON, Photw 38*3031. 


TOTEM LOGS 
$18 Per Unit 

MO LOGS ill LOGS HER CARTON I 
DELIVERED WITHIN 

3MILK CIRCLE 
Ideal for flreplgc* ate. 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 

3M M81 BB Q ov a v T u n erd St 


lUALI- 


TTPINO AT ROME BY BUI— 
fled item. Reaaomtde. <7*3Mb 

EXPERIENCBD LIVE-IN HOUBE- 
kseper for gentleman. 477 838a. 


mnatructloei and nsrafaMna nadar a 
single contract Call —IL 

LUNET BROS. 

& HAMILTON 

Repaint Alteration* — 18)4211 

Doll vary and Trnagfge 

WATERMAN TRANSFER 
Oanbrai del vary pad llgtt trurktag 
rundfi, applManat nLlSMKIl 

I'LL DO YOUR SMALL MOVING 
Jobs wllh your help. MO-IBia. 


CAPITAL REGION 
PLANNING BOARD 
OF B.C. 


CLASSIFIED cope 
deadlines 

jugular cuaw aad odxarb 

sair.TSitjrrw, 
|£f ^‘“inSTT 

lelephoo*. 3 00 A-m. to I 

“m^Mmday to Saturday 

cluaiva. __ __. _ _ 


CALL <3-LIME 


PLUMBING AND 
quality work. 114 


Ret 

lnter- 

’ark. 


LOST—LADY'8 WATCH. STAIN- 
leas steel, luminous hind, cracked 
crystal. Reward. 384-8040. _ 

LOST UPLAND* PARK AREA, 
young melt cat, grey brown, while 
striped, white bib. 183-8829 

LOST JAN. 2ND FROM BOW RD, 
CXtar HH1. small black dog, Ph 
477-6269 nr 383-5181 __ 

FOUND—3AFETY DEPOSIT KEYS 
on Howroy * Ave. 477-29M. _ 

LOST - ON* GOLD DARGLK KAlt 
ring- 18*4789. _ 

LOST I KEYS OH KEY RING. 
CALL 38M401. REWARD 

LOST YOUR PET? HOMES 
wonted, found. 8PCA. 8834514 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapels 

7400 Vancouver Street_ 

1*4463 - 1854488 - 1854487 

MeCtn Brother! , . . Wrwn fm* 
Integrity- faboeai fa cruli and 
the very beat In service and 
facilities 

PRIVATE SERVICE 

as. rJt •mnAt 

In 1936 at N#rp*w*. Manitoba. FRIDAY 

affar 30 ydkrd eamlet glt-KS Mr. Prank Bfatiard 

Service will he held In lh*_S*nds i 5 s p.m -FLORAL CHAPEL. 

' BLANCE. Mr. William S. _ 

5“^ a SO p m.-FLORAL CHAPEL. 

B fa SATURDAY 

TO « ANNOUNCED 
BtNOOUGa, Mr* Kata 


TRALNEEfl WANTED 
IMEW AND WOMEN) 

I R,M. KEYPUNCH 
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 


Fertilizer—SawduM 

Doabia ar r eaned far harm and 
garden*. By bulk or Mown 

Ideal Fuel Co. US. 

18*4(23 IB an 


A challenging poallinn In 11 Public 
office providing planning service* 


[AM1LTON — In Vlolcrta, »C. 
January I. 1968, Mr. Pri 
Howard Hamilton, age 74 y 
Bom fa Nee paws. Manitoba. 


Nftary 


to this region of 7 Municipalities 
and Provincial Territory. 

Applicant* should be compataet *nd 
experienced In shorthand, typing, 
filing and simple bookkeeping 
Apply la writing to Room 210. 
t'ory* Houie, Bastion Square. 


DBAMING 

Structural, ArrMtactnrai, Mechanical 


All rl.oMhad aaral-dlspuy eom 


WOOD-WOOD 

Dryland Fir Wood 
never been In water. 

2tt cords 0496 

Bast Fuel Co. 384-M24 


Draninnking 


Raefiag, IwdaHaa aad Silig 


_IfcaL’Srfi’SkSa.'Jtt AMS oschestsas demcheb-dressmakir 

TOP OF STYROFOAM local office. Fda further tnlonhatian - 

city. I»3*29 land confidential Interview phew TRUMPET AND TROMBONE _ 

Mr Merton at 186-4306 on Jgn. * lilsyers, union or non-union, needed W* l*an your trauaeau, look after 
betsreen tha hour* of 10 a-m. and Immediate!' " " 

12 noos^ or Mon. Jan. 8, from 1 pmip. 478 
p-fa. lo 3 p.m. and 1 put to 9 p m ^ 

OVERSPEND AT XMAS? 

Hera la tha answer, help ma aer- 
vic* Fuller ruatomera m the Vie- ■■■ ■ — 

lorla area and earn 32.30-83 00 an 
hour comfnUaloo. Wa train and 
outfit. Wa don't need sale* ladles, 
we need housewlve* to demosutrale g. n i r „ 
our quality product* iw fa jw chimney!. 

nrlahDouihooa. Phim* 183-6722 or -— - 
win*: Fuller Brmh. *038 C*rfM1 
United* pokey of maMmum aba re SI., Victoria, 
holder and aa Iranian satisfaction ' _ 

has pSacad PMted Ac-vmunaUv* WE WISH T 
Fund Ltd fa the vary tarefemt of ambltkwa tale* nil 
lh* Induobry In tan than 10 year* who am tanking ft 
Continuation of Hit* irtlcy will ■™L, 
prvvtda many out*landing career* l’"’* 1 ** n *?l.ri, n 
in tha yaar* to come for thoee who y'Mngl pnteMial 
hsva tha wlodorr. and fail tall y 10 a uisa) Inlatvbe w call 

5»^*lr OP, S r1 M lly 1 hy .li^" , J B8 * We SnlriT fa* male 
4*8. Mr. R M loomso, *» a you iramlng. If you 


experience j f ---- nfa dry planer ends, 2Vi eorda tt* 

SKYLINE ROOFING AND RIDING iltllrua mUlsrood. 2H cords.313. 

Free eittmatsa >4hour aarvlc a. Blower flr sawdust for furnace 

e LEONARD *82-8001 - -— -—f—-- 

--- — ■' ■ ■ -- WOOD — DRY — WOOD 

NEW AND OLD ROOFS APPLIED. IT 1 Length 

repair* a apaclaity, ReaiooaMa. *52 FNniac*—otova—fireyfaca 

335* Ilk Cards 317 *8 

-—-— Ideal Fuel Cn. Ltd. MOdaii 

Saatia Taaka -—— ■. —- 

- ___auden. m. any Length. 

AL PISTELL - BKPT7C TANK Rtdly'b. dl**«b 


•AR KLNSON - At Victoria, 

on Jan. 3, IM. Capl. -, 

Partiaarai aged fa of >48 Dallas 
Road, a pioneer re sklent of thl* 
city. Serviced by fa* beloved 
wlf*. RuLh, at home: one daugh 
tar, Mr*. W. D (Sandra) Gill, 
of Stanfvd. CaHf, and a grand¬ 
daughter. Jennifer Erin GilL The 
lata Capt Parkfaann wa* with 
the CP. Coastal Shtpa tor 25 
yean, and sine* 1W was wllh 
lh* B.C. Government Ferries, 
at the tlma at hi* paailng was 
rantain of the "Queen of Prince 
Rupert '' H* wab a member of 
Mt. Harmon Lodge No. 7. A.F 
A A M., Vancouver 
Funeral aervted Friday, Jan. I, 
.1 1:30 pm In HAYWARD'S 

■•—■a ^—- FUNERAL CHAPEL, 7*4 Brough 

la Mtowtam NOtaA i on Street, Arch. A. *. G Hendj 
banka aot accepted W nffiriaUng Cr»malton Kupervlaed 
parking adjoining Ihe chapel. Fknsecs 
. - ■— __ gratefully declined Donations may 


MEN OVER 25 
of good edueoflonal backgrotaid 
and appaaranca 

IBM H MUTUAL FUND* 
and 

THIS IS UNITED 


(WEEKENDS AND AFTER 


WORKING HOURS 


PLEAHK PHONE B«I0l 


FIREPLACES. CHIMNEYS AND 
ripalra, etc. 383-118L 

Bulldosarg 

1XCA VATING, BACKFILLING J 
loading and hauling, land ciaartng 
snd all phales ot auMlvUlce road 
work. For 3rd* animates phone 
OK. Tracking. *849(14 


BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS. 
WE gtter, remodel akd refayl* 
191 CJanshard 3*-a 


Death and " 

reeding 13 Unca. 32 fa flnf IS 
and 3205 aubaeg u ent Inae 
Sack additional Una. ** dally. 


DRESSMAKING AND ALTBRA 

lion*. 479-4391. 


STEWART A HUDSON 


:RTLY done 


ALTERATIONS 


REMEMBER! 

Fund tar* Mwin or* reading Thai 
Claiairted Ad* sndny Phone 388-921 
*nd dot ynfar article* tor aaUL 


CERAMIC TD£ SALE 
Big «g»ortnient, popular 
pattern*. 

White and gold, 49e aq. ft 


SUIT, COAT AND DRESSMAKING. 
477-98fJ 


CHAPEL OF HEATHER 1 
Colwood, B.C. 47f-3$2l' 
Establifihdd 55 Yaan 


Traa Sorvica 


Dry Cleaning 


SCIENTIFIC PRUNING, SPRAY- 
Ing. removal. Large *h*d# and fruit 
tree* Power stump chipper. In¬ 
sured. Chas. A. Cowl*, Tree Bur¬ 
geon* Ltd ., 382-1516; Kvea, 383-M68. 

ANYTHING IN TREES. STUMPS, 
bsdgewortt ad daaaafnm tree* Call 
MT. VIEW TREE SERVICE 
4733873 Inadrtd 303903 

HAMRROOK, "THE TREE MAH '" 
Hedge*, atnnM. tree* RaMUfahU 
a—red. 3B413M: 384-5298 eve*. 

allTJ't'Sk'o TREES SPRAYED, PRUNED on 
rvmovM. 4Ti-2Un 


cnn/IHrnCtii Irthprvl^w. 


FLOOR TLI SALE 
New Shipment Canadian 
Tile. 

12x12 Armstrong 

Vinyl .»«4f 

9xi Vinyl . B\i 


A BETTER FUTURE 


Elactrical Cantra atari 


MIRROR SALE 
Direct Import Quality 
Belgian. 

«*2S Cryital .$11 

42x28 14” plats.$16 

2$x24 Crystal ....... Id 

l«x4* Crystal . 17 

18x24 i4*‘ plats. |5 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 
"A GOLDEN RULE SERVICE” 
318-3505 

734 Broui 
A W. FRANCIS 


M. HAYWARD 

“CHAPLINS FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Klndne** — Courtesy — Service 
U» Fort WdW l 


TERMS OF PUBUCATION 
Th# VMbarta Arbsa Ltd. ahaii so* 
be uaci* tor non-tnaaruofl eg any 
adiarOaemafa beyond Via aaaMfa!< 

paid toe tuck advartlaatnan*. 

In fa* a vent of an error occurrWi 
th* UaMUty of Victoria Pre*i Ltd. 
than M exceed the chart* *w ®#i 
apace actually occupied by tha ltam 


in OfapiliYi Funeral 


37 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 


In qua ebon. 

All claims on error In puoUceEoS, 
shall ba mad* within U hour* there 
alter and U not mada shall aot 
ha conoidsred. No claim will ba al¬ 
lowed lor mor# than ana Incorrect 
Insertion nor for errors not ml lectins 
tha value of tha advertlfament 

All estimates ot cost are ar-- 


I* B- EDDY'S ELECTRIC, »NM 

- - McCOY ELECTRIC 

:*R — Rewtfa expert. Hydra flnanead. 
rumpus New anl older home*_4T*-1 

s - and Hosting and Sanding 

FINISHING — O 


BOOKKEEPING AND FINANCIAL 
■utmanta far small bbilneakr* by 
•aportraced accountant. Far arrange I 
menu photis 838-3250. 


YM - YWCA 
George WllkiniosL rent 
sage therapy. Far ■ 
phone 1847511. local HXM. 


nshtp- PROGRESSIVE C OMPANY £ V^enL MT**! jXSTBuSZ 

383-8421 requires rape hie fereman with fui »• 8u, *"“ 

krsiwlrdgs of lumber and mouidlni ■ < -* K _,_ 

VS?" manufacturing The partkfa »a*- WAITRESS REQUIRED WITH EX- 
''Idea excellent oppralunlly far I ^ r j eniv >m j per»ofiallty. 5-day 

X8S-34B man seeking mlvancvmrat and k AdoIv Th* Caffe* House. 

~ raaaWWt: aalanr odnmcn*fa.l* M7v,*tr ShoBw3 Ce”re. 1111 
rxlth ability Heplv tu Va«-I*Ie rwjua!.. 

Moulding and MlHworit lid., 51117 ^ ^--- 

_ Del Monte, Vlolorta. B.C. elating HOUSEKEEPER, ABLE TO DRIVE 

address, phone, age. martial statu*, tor middle aged woman needing 
YfTDS pravtoue eapertanre and empkn illgfit gsilalance, home automalk- 
..TT.. ment of last g y»«ra A* reidlra .n y equipped, wteher, dryer and 
iVE |$|w4U h# (sealed In akfatrat «*» dkdfaa a htr 478-78*9 


SANDING ... . 

floors new. Fra* asumala. 479-SOW. 


All ootlmate* ot cost ar* approx: 
tnaia. Advertisers frill ba charged 
with spar* actually uaad. 

All advertlfang copy will b* auk- 
leri lo tha approval of th* Victoria 
Picas Ltd., v*i.. res*r*« the right M 
Hi sole discretion to classify, reject 
or Insert copy luiniahed. 

While every endeavor frill bt 
made to forward [epiies to box 
numbers to tha gd*ei tiger gi m* 
as poaaibla. wa accept no liability 
la redact of loss or damage al¬ 
leged to ariea through either fail¬ 
ure or delay In forwarding auah 
repllaa, however cauaed, whether by 
negligence or otherwtga. 


PERSONALS 

^.arma, n™-. ce.n-ura ww gicHAR□'aVUTH, ta _ 2*«(-D^^| 
-— naor, Colwood. B.C.. formerly of 

Guitar ClaBNlag and Ragfaln n M an fara ascot. Viraoria. b.c “ 


T «ViM. mSTSSwiTK TAKE notice — .. - 

139* RICHARD WtUTH, of 2908 Dlckemon 

-—--——- nan. Colwood. 

GuHar Claanlaa and Ragfaln n Menfaoa anrwt. Victoria, B.C , wiu 

______not tan newponfaUe for any drbsa cx*i 

GUTTER*. Cl.EARING, REPAIR* Iractad la my ==-— — — rf.- 
and allerafloo*. reliable workman- this data without my wriOfal ctfasent. 
ship. 3844851, *84-8055. Dated at Victoria. B.C. ■*— 

- -- 1 —— - ai January'. AD. 1988 

Hoirdrasaan DA VID RICHARD WMITH 

MARCELINE OF. THU. ART 

debts incurred tn my name from 
tha data hereof, wlthnut my written 
consent 

Dated at Victoria. B.C., fall 3rd 
day ot January, 1368. 

REFINED SPAN 1SH LAD WOULD 
Ilk* to meet Canadian girl, for 
languaag converaatirfa "Manual.' 


CEILING PANELS 

4x4 Natural .. 

4x4 Whlta .J 


name m 

fata 4th day 


CARPENTB4 WORE AND ODD 
joba. Hava rMerencea. BBB-920 


-- , - MATURE WOMAN AS OCCA- 

PART-TIMI CAMBER slonal inter, afternoon* and/or even I 

3 Msnwnlary nc+mnl op* chBdren 1 
Near Oafcneat 388-8TO9. 

The Naval Reaerva neoda 1 ml ted ----- 

number nt young men aged ld-B. REOUTRE HARYBITTER FOR 2 
A lao have npm In fa far *evfa-al ex- children In my home. Gorge 
Regular Fom* perwwwl. PJ and Difarict. 3W4*S(1. Call after 7. 
he low In Cnmmunlcattons Bnal ---——- . 


TRY FOR FINE 


Carpet ClfaaBing 


STEWART & HUDSON 
Open 8 day* to 5:30 
400 Block. Gorg# E. ; 
Phon# 586-3211 


- Hu lineal i 

Buiinea 

ttusIMU 

1 Card! Of 

cam for 

14MUD Car* 


CANADIAN CARPET CLINIC I’eimanent xperird ta price for 
Professional Rug and heat In permanent wave* Ti 

Upholstery miner! vnurielf tn a flnt-claka Wi 

_ 18S4H11 Executed hy European tral 

Hay hut ———-. apenlaJItt* Offer crily until Jan. 

d Westj Car gate ana Linolaura Phoni-** appointm enL 383-8234. 

D FURNITT.IRE OFFER! SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES 

... ,__,L PICTURE IB FLOOR parmf. New Ray Beauty Baton 

COVERINGS. Choos* from the pendora. 8M-M44. 

WIDEST RELECTION of Broad 

loom. CarpeG. Vinyl and Tile i Ex- PROFESSIONAL RAfttDREMl 
1 fre* estimate* Call aerrica tor ahnt-tan IMDB 

___ _ at 382-8111 fa show -—- , -r—- 

Univfa-faty wm I Triplet In ynar home. ___ JgWtlldf* 

_| HOURIGAHS CARPETS AND LINOS BIRKB JEWELLER* 

ylnyl*. '““■•‘f’*. Cnanplale Ouerantredwatch m 
jfalo Blai, _*Uppll*d and aarricl 703 Yates. 39-4341 


CIRCULATION 
REPRESENTATIVE* 
l Cltnuiiui 


rrcnhtin* WOMAN FOR HOUSECLEANtNG. S 
BuildingIhnurt every 2 works, any day hut 
d»r» ana Saturday, vtrtnltv of Old West 
KM. 1 Sa anich Rd 4734249. _ 

CLEANING LADY REQUIRED FQR|y.-—« 

_ 4 hr* per week H*mt ft. areg.l'Ji.Jj 

cw rrrn D*k Bay- Phrae *fier 7 » m. only, 

wruldllke *ME» __ __ 

WANTED - KIND RELIABLE pert taj 
%“»• riranlng help. Thuradaye or Frl- Gary C 

we «r tn Ku' 

university _ 

4th local w A NTED-FULL-TTME EXPER1 Ltd. CanfatS. 
lemunoTi- qnced saleslady Apply Swwit 9l»- f*ra 


IS COMING EVKNTS 
AND M8CT1NGS 


office 


Chicks, Poultry. Hatching Egga 
— Suppll**_ .—— 

EvSita" and "MaaHii!*. -. 
i Com me rrv*l Prupafttae --- 


take Cowl chan, P. Edwards 7494171 
R Albam. Hri A. Ml law. 7*-Mu| 
Maaauna, A Ukey *K I-Jliij 


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LEGION BINGO 


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
Contact I834M1I or P.D. Boa 
1008 view to. Victoria. RC 


*. 3. PEDEN LTD. 


miMCAX BUREAU 

Duane Cham her ot CdfaHV 
Ridg.. 179 Trans Canada Hwy. 
fire and teiepnona noma 1 f.m 
» g m. Mdfaday fa Friday tnrito 

PRONE DUNCAN 148-CI1 


» SPECIAL 

task'd Cajfaorlta . 

air IP®* 1 V ym« far flonr 

’“*• r 

“L 4x7x4 mm. Prefln Mah. .. 

n * 4x8x4 mm. PreBn Mah . 

BY Ceiling Ttla, white, ikji and II 

oku •*.*«- ft eta .i.: 

4*3x1* Prefln Birch . 

_ 4x8x3/13 Teak, Walnut and 

Koaewbod ......I 

4x8xH Uvpror W»Ilhoard ... 
~ZT. 5^? Laminate _| 


Admission |1 — 20 Gsmss 
6 C*rd* J2 
Extra Cards 25 Cent* 

14 Games at )12 
2 Friendly Neighbors 
2 Games at $15 
10th Game $50 wllh 
Chance to Double 
20th Game $100 
5 Extra Games 
Proceeds lo Veterans' 
Benevolence 

60 Per Cent Gross in Prizes 


Sauna 


B aaao Cane* Bar facto! 

nervations and anqulrin. 388 

ART LESSONS IN OlT 
Oocrva. faa-clal attention tn 
mixing. 479-89(0. 

HEALERS ANONYMOUS 
■84-7002 


Utotod Btato* R*graa*ntaHv««: 

SHANNON B CULLEN. INC 
New York. Chicago, Detroit Cfara- 
laad. Alaata. Sag Franriara. Lot 

Ana »le* 


insiun 


PRACTtCAl 
a week In I 


Thejtlght Man Could M*ka 
»,0M tn Flv# Y«r» 

Thli li an executive tales position 
that tequorra a min who would 
I ihe to have ownet ithlp In Ona of 
the largest corporate entities in the 
country and has th* slillity and 
.leslre to pay th* price for thl* 

tvpe of aui-rei*. Onlv thus* wliu-- — 

can ptov* their ilrslre need apph KXPERIENCKI) NURSE'S 
Heplv In own handwriting to lor ifnall hospital. StM-'JMS. 
siiang* a cnflden'ial Interview tu 11 „.„ l , kF -«.. l .- w . vT r,r 
Victoria Pres,. Bnx 575. S^SSr U 


Foreign Import and ggoria Cars 101 

Fuel . W 

Funep*' niraclon . . fa 

Fumlturv .. .. . — fa 

Garden Supplla* . .———,{S 

Cult Island Prupartlea....159 

llalis. Warehoused Offlca* to 

Renl .—Uf 7 

Heavy Eauipment.— 

Hotels ... . ....W 

iiiiuackaeping Hoom# to Rent _. isi- 
HiiuaekeiBln* Rooms Wanted 
Houles to Rent. Funilahed .—.-JV 
Huusei to Rent. Unrurruihad ....in 

House* Wanted to Rent —-—.IV 

Houses fur bale _—-I* 

In Memurtam -- I 


ANYTHING IN CONCRETE. IWIM 
in log puli pre-cnat aepti* tanks 


■CZ&MA ITCH. PILES. TRY 4*8x44 Sanded Fir ..V.'.'.V. 

Teentais. 1US Klngawsv, Vadaauvei 4\Kxta Sanded Fir ........ 

4x8x4; K*ruled Fir __ 

4x8x17/11 Sanded rtr .. 

(xHxli Unsanded Fir . 

Ilf ntevolas Insulation. 

10c aq It _ . . 

SEE US far BERT PRICE 
door*, moulding*, floor tlta, 
war* and asphalt rooflng. 

I to A I days a weak 


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COPYRIGHT 


■TONS AND BRICK WORK. 
Ph, MS 3021 


EDUCATION 


Full, complete and aol* copyright 
In ally advertisement produced 
by Victoria Prats Limited la 
vested fa, aad belong! to. 

Victoria Proas Limited; provi¬ 
ded. however, that copyright IN 
THAT PART AND THAT PART 
ONLY of any auefi advert!•*- 
msra raealsUBg n< llluatratlnna, 
bnrdan. atfaaaturae or rtmtlar 
enmponnti which ta. or era. 
auppdad to Victoria Praaa 
Limited by th! adyarilaar I> tha 
farm at angravtnga matrlra* 
raata. ate., and faeorporkted fa 

■aid adverflaemant ah ail remain .. 

la and belong* to tn* advert)!**. Movnitg and Hauitna 

Musical Insuuaunta 

Muile Teacher* . 

New Car Directory . 
ParU, Acreiaori*! ... 
Personal Loan* ..... 

Personals .. 

Pets and SupoilM ... 

Places to Visit . 

Professional service# 
Property tor dale ... 
Property Wanted .... 

Restaurants .. 

Hevenua Prupartita . 
Ravanua Propertlaa ’ 
Room and Kneed .... 

Room* to Rim_ 

Rooms Wanted ...... 


reisstara ana ustsisian _ TUTORING 

WHEN IT COMER TU PAINTING Bring yosfa tthuol problemi to UB 
fosne tn Ted Hni-Tota W* have helped other* aeve a whole 

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Free Estimate* — Term* Available levels; giving individual Instruction 
TED Hri,L-TOUT. DECORATOR awMBUng friendly and underetomy 
1100 Oak Bay Avenue, H44HI jng egtontton Id aludants 1 parkculae 


SALESMEN 


REAL ESTATE 
OPPORTUNITY _ 

We have vacancies for two 
licensed residential salesman 
In our city offlc* at York- 
ahlra House. 717 FOrt RtreoL 
Excellent honua contract 
MsnaKemen*. Psld adyertia- 
tag. MBA Croup Life. Con¬ 
tact .lack Mean, 8*89728 
or re* 88817M. MEANS 

* W H Y T E OAK BAY 
KALTY LTD. 

ACCYHIffTANT FOR^PUBLIC AC 
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C.G.A. or aeflinr student; prefera¬ 
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•nr*. Reply in own handwriting 
■tsiiag age. marital status, edur*- 
tioft and expertenrs. Salary ixm 
meniuiale with experience ' 
ehillty. Victoria Press, Box S88. 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

MH QUEIWXL IT. 

3*8-3464 

On* Hnak Bait of Dougtas 
Between Market and Tttoaa 


E. PETERSON 


Cleanup Sarvtaa 


EAGLES’ 

CHARITY 

BINGO 


FREE MAULING OF JUNE, RUB Peporiwnglng- 

binh. fa exchange far anything 
saleable otherwise modest charge. _ „**£ 

Will also huy aaleahia Herns or * <PTn ** J * ” 

trade for claanup work. Ratlsfadtlnn WEBB 

guaranteed. Free estimates. No M|.ggn Paper! 
ohiigstion leven-day, M-hwir aerv Qmck. dean. r*l 
Ice. 388-8641 day* 18847a nights. ^krnsashlp. SO 
RUBBISH HAULED. BASEMENTS V'ctorid Tdmte 
clesned Have commarclal Vacuum STARTED CON' 


29 SITUATIONS WAMTKD 
MALI 


iphasixing readl 


6ATURDAY. JAN. (L T;80 f M. 

EAGLES HOME 

758 VIEW STREET 

CnOD« W.AMF., 

No Gam* Leas Than llfl 
Five Extra Gamrs 
Refreshments available. 

Come and enjoy yourself at th# 
moat friendly gam* in towa. 

Admlsaloo C 00 

■ GAMES • CARD* « 


WHY PAY MORE? 


r“«. **peri*n«s lhfouahout im xb _ 

ooilrtu- — —-— -*- • —-■ — 

■ .c~s.'r T Trsn EXPERIENCED TEACHER WILL 
taj£T PAINTTNO Tutor intermediate grads pupil*. All 

.— 1*W- mid-winter luhtecta: particular interest, rente- Jj 

isles hy contract or hourly rata* dial reading amt maih. 3882741. I/1F' 

tv*(endid reference*, fre* estimate!. ---- —~——_ _ - - H" . 

Boh Hutchinson, 3874758. TUTOR IN O. PROFESSIONAL u» , 

-help by experts need teacher. s • 

PROFESSIONAL French, Math, new and old method W-- 

PAINTING AND DECO RATI NQ M3-7N6. J , 


CONBTRUCTtON K1IPERTNTENP- 
rtii. J5 >eai» experience, seek* 
position fa civil, commercial, real- 
ftentiaj_«*4l46.__ 

and EXP MEAT CUTTER WISHES 
noalilon as manager nr Jnd msn. 
— will In* fa tease or work tar wages 
DO YOU WANT plus commission. 477-S943 

SlICCEtt 1 K - - -_ ________ 

W* have ail Ihe tools you need fa DUTCH LANDSCAPE GARDENER 
the muiusl funds field. No previnui Expel* fa pruning and falling tree!, 
experience H a decldrd advantage. cle**i-up*. remodelling. 382-0827, 

W« are Broker* for a large number —-—■ 

of mutual fundi. For complete PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPE 
Information call I88-42S. gardener. Tree tx-unln*. 30 yeara' 

MAlTwAhTEDMnjNlaHT TO « 

am. light cleanup at modern rae- BRICK, STONE, CE3KENT, AND 


PHONE 

DIRECT 


,, U '*-In* and Grade I sdojlril fa 

_ ITAN HAYWARD Uke HH1 to*#. PtrtM phone 

jp Complete painting and deraratfag. after 5 p.m. 

3£ sa &«*."■ Tfc ssBgggwLPia 

PAINTING AMD PAPKRILaJtQINU — 

- Carpoatry. tfia* ata. No Jog ' 

smalL Special ratra, top ssoric 
_ Harter and AL ng-rm or 4TN 


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T CON VEBIATIOWAL 

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TRADE TOOL 
HKADQIIARTERS 

Just arrived . . . something new 
I'-J ''>de* a !*•!•«•. lh* 
wonder concrete hnsvdtag «geni 
Kleer-O-Seal aealer without equal 
for conrrete floor*. Quickset Pei- 
manent Ciment tor leaky baiementa 


SCHOOL 

164 4X3 


Teachras Wanted 


Timber 


YOUR 


Tool! tor'item _. 

Tourist Accommodation_ 

Travel____ 

Trad* Schools ... 

Trailer! and Trailer Parka 

Trucks .. 

TV Radio Sales end Service 
Wanted to Rent. Mlacatlanaau! 

vacatluo Uulda_.. 

Wanted to Bufrow ___ 

Wanted io Buy H'waaa__ 

Waterfront Prooern** __ 


TUTOR. »S 


MAN FOR WHOLESALE RETIRED ACCOUNTANT AVAIL 
r with Grade 12 fdurx •h t». n«rt tlm» 478-1X62. _ 

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Batin <XoUrat*t. Victoria, B.C., Fridoy, January 5 J 0 


Aw.wrm vm kmewifi waited ■\1 
sure Inst me t cf ( long emough wd ) f 

AN EXPERIENCED V COME By.V vEAH? ^ 


sues NOT WEARING 


NEW AND USED SPECIALS 

Brui magazine ud record 

nek ..fT.BO 

I plec# Walnut dlnetta (food 

condition) ...* 110 on 

Uled Matt rm are from.*5.0(1 

Kin* I tie headboard ..*25.00 

* piece dinette (extra laria table 

and 8 chair*) . *129.00 

Mlirelianenui email lamp* tram S3 SO 

Walnut tea trolley .*38 95 

Craaa oval male, each .7V 

Large act bran fire troru _*20 00 

Eireplac* braxa kerb _....*15.00 

JANUARY FURNITURE SALE 
NOW IN PROGRESS 

HOME FURNITURE 
KH Fort Street 382-5138 


TV TALK 


AS BK STAKTSr COVER-ALLS! SO SHE 
BACK TO L PROBABLY HAS AN Y 
N/S CAR. AN OFFICE JOB I 

ENTICINGLY l*9farGr — 1 — 


CUfcBON LUMBER ft 
buiuSing SUPPLIES LTD. 

1720 Cook St Ell Alpha St 

SM-dB 


By BRUCE LOWTBEH 

Tired of reruns? As Jolson used to say, you ain't seen 
nothin’ yet. "Hie three U.S. networks, faced with rising 
coats of aeries and political corwaitions next summer, 
have ordered many shows to cut production down to 28 
shows for the year, instead of a range from 28 to 32. 

The order affects mostly hour-long programs on NBC 
and ABC. The list, issued las* week, includes I Spy, FBI, 
Batman. Voyage, Run for Your Life, Rat Patrol, Star 
Trek, Invaders, Judd, Big Valley, Garrison's Gorillas, 
Felony Squad and possibly mere. Reruns will start earlier 
for all. . 


•x* UNO TILES 
* colon in choose I rare 
SPECIAL 8c ea.* 


r nrf A PHOTOGRAPHER > 

FOR THE AGENCY WHICHHAMOtES ’ 
fHE BRAWNSKI ADVERTISING/— 
LOOKING FOR A BEAUTIFUL EMPLOYE 
TO USE ON THE COVER OF — 

THE NEW CATALOGUE /. - 


9x9 VINYL TILES 
4 color* to chon** from. 
SPECIAL ll*o •*. 


, COULD WE ’TALK' 
IT OVER AT LUNCH ? 


SHOPMATE 

Industrie Grad* Power Tools. 
The 1**d«r In th* field. 

20 Per Cent Off 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONS 

Tuesday and Saturday 

ALL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. 

I TOOLS, CARS BOATS ETC 
PHONE FOR FREE APPRAISAL 
M FORT ST. 384*308 


INVENTORY SALE OF 
AMEROCK CABINET HARDWARE 


U PER CENT OFF 


BUREAU OF USE¬ 
LESS INFORMATION* 
Thursday'a triumphant 
answer — Annie Oakley 
was played by Ethel 
Merman on Broadway, 
Barbara Stanwyck In a 
no-music movie, Betty 
Hutton in a musical and 
Gall Davis on TV. Buf¬ 
falo Bill Cody was An¬ 
nie's real-life buddy and 
a show - business Annie 
Oakley Is a free ticket 
So there. , 

question —* 


and thin, I>n aFnald, acts tf* first 
of my New Year resolutions 


PACKAGED LUMBER 


§ SS SS8 S8 « MUS,CAL INSTRU * 

25 pc* 2x4-8" ECO__. 8.15 - 

25 pcx. 2x4-10" ECO_7.25 

25 PCX £412" ECO - 8 25 —SALE — SALE — S. 

2-9 PCX 2x1-8 M-R .. 8.75 

25 PCX 2*4-4" Cedar M-R_5 95 

is pcx. M-r cedar m/r _*4 9e Epiphone Bass Guitar 

Vox Teardrop MK VI. 
LUMBER SHORTS Drum Set, De iuxe ... 

*a 8ft Electric Piano., 

lxi « per bondi*. .. .84 i .28 Vox Cougar Bass. 

1x3 12 per bdle. drilled 1.00 L50 Hiritar 

lx* « per bdle. drttied .70 1.00 ^PiPnOne LRIliar- 

1x4 « per Ml*, drilled .92 Lsg Samnto Guitar ...... 

1x6 4 per bdle. dreaaed L04 128 , _ __ 

1 x 8 4 per bdle. dreued i.o4 in Ace Tone Organ.. 

1x10 4 per bdle dreiied 1.32 2.03 f-,,— . fmrn 

2x12 4 per bdle. dreued 1.60 240 Gamet AmpS trqm .. 

m « per bdle dreired 1.00 Snare Drumsrand 


Today’s 

Carmen Jones; the songs 

Hurry On Down, A Tisket “My break cams when he—let's 
A Tagket and Strange see If I can get this Um way my 
Fruit, and the cry for writers—beh, beh—wrote H . . . 
New Shoes? Answer Sat- He forgo* bis right guard and 
unlay. left himself defenceless!'’ 


Television for Friday 

ibi* abjMl im lan-relMde ebum hy *4*Hm* «M 


Present this Ad. for a 10 
per cent discounted all 
other items. 


Talisman Music Centre | 
59 Yates 384-9222; 


CapL Kangaroo 

Cape Kangaroo 
Candid Camera | 
I Beverly HUlbUUc* 


I. P. Patch** 
CapL Zangara 
Newi 

Beverly HUlbiuiea 

Andy Griffith 
Dick Van Dyka 
Love of Life 
Search: Light 


Pete'* Placa 
Romper Room 
Mr. and Mrx 
Ed Allen 


I Pete" a Place 


Buddy Wabber 
Webber; Movie 
Movie 

Movie 


Teleacop* - 

Teleicop* Romper Room 

Snap Judgment Mr. and Mrx 

Concentrati on Ed Allin 

Personality King"! Outlaw 

Bollywood Squama Giant: Helen* 
Jeopardy Pipeline 

Eye (Jueia _ Pipelin e_ 


HO. S—NEW AND DIFFERENTI 
Reg Sale 

CEDAR 4x8 aheetx, *12.93 15.95 

PINE 4x8 aheeu *17.93 *995 


Jean Cannem 
Jean Cannem 
Pipeline 
Pipeline 


To Tell Truth 
Dick Van Dyka 
Love of Lift 
Merv Griffin 


Klng’i Outlaw 
Giant: Helena 
Mr. Dreaiup 
Pick of Week 


Movie 

Donne Reed 
Temptation 
Mother-In-Law 

Bewitched 
Tieaiur* III* 
Fugitive 

Fugitive 

Newlywed Gama 

Baby Game 
General Hoapltal 
Dark Shadow* 

Dating Gam* 

Mr Ed 
F Troop 
New* 


Friday’s Highlight: 


Farm: New* 
Romper Room 
Romper Room 


CLEARANCE PRICES 


WALL BOARD SALE 


New*; Trading 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 


Movie 

Movia 

Movla 

Movie 


Noon Show 


•Merv Grtffla 

Mere Griffin 
Many Splendorad 
Home parly 

Mika Douglaa 
Mike Douglaa 
Secret Sword 


Pawned 
Aa World Turn* 
Many Splemlored 
Houae party 

To T*11 Truth 
Edge of Nigh* 
Secret Storm 
Perry Maaon 
Perry Maaon 
J. P. Pitchei 
Patche*: Neva 


Newt - 

Wundt Wundt Movla 

The Doctor* Movie 

Another World Movie _ 

You Don't Say Movie: Coffaa 

Match Cam* People In CcnfUd 

Let"! Make a Deal Taka 80 
Mike Douglaa Edge ol Night 

Mika Douglaa Bonnl* Pruddrn 

Mika Douglaa Barney Boomer 

TwtghUlght Zoo# Voyaga 


5:30 p.m.—New time for 12 O’Ciock High. Note th* 
5:30 movie is at 7 Fridays from now oo—12. 

06:00—A City's Story: Vancouver. Some story!—2. 

6:00—International hockey at Winnipeg features 
Sweden vs. Russia—8. 

07:30—Off to See the Wizard shows Mike and th* 
Mermaid, a fantasy of a boy who makes friends with * 
mermaid. Friends?—4. 

08:30—ABC's new touring version of Hollywood Pal¬ 
ace, Operation Entertainment, debuts with Rich Little, 
Vikici Carr, the Lemon sisters, Donna Jean Young—4. 

* 09:00—Never miss Tom and Dick Smothers. With 
Eddie Albert, Judy Collins-6. 

* 9:00—An English drama entitled Auto-Stop star* 
David Hemmtngs of Blow-Up—9. 

010:00—'Tomorrow's World: Beyond th* Sky Is th* 
title of the latest lode at the U.S. space future—5. 

Friday’s Movies 

8:45 a m.—Ride Out for Revenge (1958 western), 
Gloria Graham, Lloyd Bridges, Vince Edwards—4. 

012:00 noon—Green Grass of Wyoming (1948 horsy 
stuff), Lloyd Nolan, Charles Cobum. Dull—11. 

12:30—Act of Murder (fair 1952 mercy killing), Fred- 
ric March—6, 8. 

4:00 p.m.—Way Down East (1935 weeper), Henry 
Fonda-13. 

06:00—Red Sundown (1956 western), Dean J agger—7. 

07:00—Beyond All Limits (1960 triangle melodrama). 
Jack Palance. Could be awful—11. 

07 00—Onionhead (fair 1958 comedy), Andy Griffith 


4x8 8/18 Pre finished 

TEAK and WALNUT *9 95 

4x8 «4 GYPROC .*2.49 

4x8 DECOLA (Artrorttel .$13.49 

4x8 H PARTICLE BOARD ...-*4.* 

4x8 U HARDBOARn .IL49 

4x8 bk HARDBOARD . *L95 


Le,ll« end coupler* _ 

■CATHEDRAL 23-note pedal 
and two ( 1 -note keyboard, 

-Wwatt tan* CABINET_ 


People In Conflict Divorce Court 

Magistral* Court Highway Patrol 

Ira Your Mova Glganlor 

Dennl< the Menace Unde Waldo Cartoona 

Fllntxtonea The Munateri Cartoona 

Voyage Dennli the Menace Cartoona 

Voyage Fllntitone* 12 o'doc 


Pair word 


PLYWOOD SALE 


-New* 


Voyage 


SANDED 
H SB 15 
*i S3.9S 
•4 85 45 

S *6.35 

\ 86.93 


ROUGH 

S/lf 82 S3 

* *2.75 
V* *395 
K *4 * 

* ** 85 


World Hortcry Gllllgan'a 111 and 


12 o'Oock High 

Newi 

Movla 


New* 

Newa 

Bold Joimey 
See the Wizard 


Newa 

Batman 

Invader* 

Invader* 


Movla 
Movla 

Movie . - — 

Wild, Wild Weat World Hockey 


WOODWARD'S 
Mayfair, 2nd Floor 


Twilight Zone 
Turin 


Movie 


Movie 


Movie 

Movie 

Merv Griffin 
.Merv Griffin 


World Hockey 

Lassie 

Cunamoka 


Movie 

Movie (end) 

Movie 

Movie 


Sr» Uie Wizard 

Opt'n Entertalnm't 
Opl'n Enterlalnin'l 
Will Sonnett 

Judd 

Judd 


Wild. Wild Weat 


Star Trek Tommy Hunter Comer 

Star Trek smother*. Brother* Movii 

Accidental Family Smother* Brother* Movta 

Beyond Sky Manntx 

Beyond Sky Mannlx 

Newa Newa 

Johnny Careen New*; Movla 

Johnny Carson Movie 

Johnny Caraon Movie 


RENT A PIANO 

Rent Applied It Purchased 
Large Selection 
New and Uaed 

PIANOS—Grands, Spinets 
and ORGANS 
FLETCHER BROS. 

2Q2C Douglaa *83 0348 anytlnv 


Gummoka 


Merv Griffin 


Big Valley 
Big Valley 
Newi 

Nawa; Movt* 


12x12 and 12*24 No. 1 Whtta. 
64 aq. ft. per cwrton. 


Newa 

Hltrhcock 

Movla 


Movie (end) 
Movla 

Movla_ 

Movla 

Movt* 


Movie 

Newa 

Movia 


Joey Blahop 

Joey Blihnp 
Joey Blahop 


I«xll and 18x32 No. 1 White. 
64 ao. ft. per carton . 


Movla 

Movia 


Movla 

Movia 


4 ft X 4 ft PANELS aoored t" 

make 12x12 TILES. Brown-*1-19 

Kama aa abova painted white.-*L59 


•2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


SPORTING GOODS 


▼V, STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


HALL ft FAIRFIELD | 
MUSIC CENTRE 
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 
ITRUMENTS LESSONS 

RENTALS REPAIRS 

EET MUSIC ACCESSORIES 

i Fort 385-8342 


1965 B.S.A. 650 CC <730 OR BEST 
offer. »aa 

1966 25(1 YAMAHA. REBUILT. GOOD 
condition aceexaorlee. 382-4409. 

SCOOTER WITH 


NEW AND USED RIFLES. 
Shotgun,. PlatcJi. Revolver,. 
Scope, and Mount!- Uaa our 
Lay-Away Plan. 

ROBINSONS 

NTT Broad £L 885-3429 


NEW YEAR’S 
SPECIALS 


CUBBON LUMBER ft 
BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 

Open 6 Days a Week 

to 5:30 p.m. 


1968 is HERE 

— WE SHALL CONTINUE WITH 
QUALITY SERVICE AND — 
LOW PRICES! 

OUR FTRST OF THE YEAH 
WHALE OF A SALE 

GRAIN FED ALBERTA 

Young Grain Fed Pork Butt Roaat. 


oat — Traveler, fibreglass, 

14’ complete, 35-H.P. Mer¬ 
cury Motor, EZ load trail¬ 
er, sleeper seats, con¬ 
trols .51871 

Young Grain 

oat-Traveler, fibreglass, ££fV£ dgll 
14 complete, controls, 35- cured', m .. 

H P. Mercury Motor, EZ **“" Potk s*”* 

load trailer ........S1574 Lamb Shoulder 

lb 

Umb Chop*, lb. 

Lamb Stew__ 

Standing Rib Ron*. Ib 
Croaa Rib RoaiL lb. 

Hlade Roait (Blade 

lb... 

L,ean Boneleia Beef Stew. lb. 

FRKEZER SUPPLIES 
GRAIN FED ALBERTA 
No. 1 Pork Side*. 60 to 

average. Ita. -- 

Beet Side,, lb. ...... 

Hind Quarter*, Ib. - 

Front Quarter!, Ib. -- 

Culling and wrapping HKUa 


1965 SUZUKI -- 

helmeta 2,300 mllex *150 *83-3633. 


THE CHANNELS 


CLEARANCE 


HONDA 53, *130. 


YOU MIGHT AS WELL FORGET 
about other organa when you have 
llatened to THOMAS. Gre at v ariety 
of model, from aa low a* *773 com 
“ InaJd Stone Organ 
Iroad, right acroa. 


GORDON S SPORTTNO 
GOODS 

10D7 BUiaida Ava. 9 


THE TIME wre 

FOR JUST PENNIES 


LUMBER PLYWOOD 

A yard full of lumber. All aUta, 1 Studio. _ 1239 
typex grade* of Dooglaa ftr f rom Eatcoa 
fiamlng lumber at tha I owe *1 p™— 

In Victoria. 

Before you buy check our prlc 
Everything for the home builder. 

Doori — Hardware 

Inaulatlon — - 

Aluminum Window, — 

Pre Fab Cnltagei 
Free eilimating aervire 
at no coat — 

QUALITY. ' 


BICYCLES 


THE MOUNTAIN SHOP 
Your Sid Spedaliat 
SALES - RENTALS - REPAIRS 
ESQUIMAU!" PLAZA _ 388 7431 

SKI MITS. GLOVES AND TOOKS 
All Slzea 

RAYS SPORTS CENTRE 
1892 Duuglai Street 3956312 

SKI PARKAS —DOWN FILLED 
Ski,, boot,, poiea, etc. Rent all 
Peru Sid Shop S74 Johnaon 

DOUBLE LACE TYROL SKI 


H E C O N D ITIONED EICYCLES- 
Llk* new IF" CCM, boy.", *81.5(1 
and *34.98; 34"" boy'a, *27 50 ; 20"" 
Triumph, gent'a mew. guaranteed), 
*48 95 ROBINSON'S 
1307 Broad Si. *853429] 


Roaat (Imported), 


. _ coodllloned piano, from *293. Budget 

Moulding! lerma. Woodward,, Mayfair. 2nd 
Roofing floor_ 

NalU RUMPUS ROOM PIANO, RE 
available modelled Ih leaiherelte. blue mlr- 

___ oh’llgatkm. FOR ror. hunky tonk, *431; al,o 2 

'"_:.-_L2TY. SERVICE and guaran player piano*, new hammer* and 
teed aaUzfaction, phone, write or now rebuilding- 477-3918. 

b,ln i)MrBuSnumra to RKNTALS. SALES AND REPAIRS 
*M U EalSlm.lt M S&22U all band Inrtnreo.nu. Nalion'a 

?m~hd?ala delivery aervloa to all Jnatrument Repal r Smvlea. 4121 

Vancouver bland and Gulf Iiland*. Carey Rd- Phone 4752827. _ 

WANTED TO BUY. HEINTZMAN, 
Nordhelmer or Maaon and Ritch 

S no Fletcher Brea, 2020 Douglaa. 
0348 anytime. __ 

FARVI&A ORGAN, CRAETMAN 
and Macintosh amt, 2. IS Inch 
Goodman apeaker*. 3851923. after 9 
am. 

WE BUY USED PIANOS FOR 
caih. Phone EATON'S Muaic 
Centre. 882-714L 


Victoria Cablevision Ltd, 


BUY NOW for 
trouble-free fun in '68 
Have you had your 
outboard winterized? 
Complete service available. 
Free storage if required. 


FOR ALL YOUR BICYCLES 
and Acceraorle, See 
OlAh HAY BICYCLE SHOP 
1968 OAK BAY AVE. 
_ PHONE 384-54hi _ 

BICYCLES NEW AND USED 
Rnaa Hay 2543 Govt 8846 
Tredei Accented — Repair* 


..63c 

.trie 

removed (. 

....68c 


3601 Shelboume 


BUTLER'S TV RENTALS 
BLACK A WHITE 
COLOUR 

RENTAI - PURCHASE PLAN 
PHONE 883-69U 


AUTO 


MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St 
382-1928 


SEE th* NEW G-K RANGES with 
leLf-cleaning oven now cn dlxplay 
at RAWLINGS. Tha graalaat naw 
rang* feature In year,! 

RAWLINGS PLUMBING 
and HEATING CO- LTD. 

2657 Douglaa SI 


COLUMBIA 
READY MIX LTD. 
2949 Phipps Rd. 


THANKS! 

FOR MAKING *67 A 
RECORD YEAR IN 
MERCURY OUTBOARD 
AND DOUBLE EAGLE 

... ...... 1 BOAT SALES! 

Irate ~0iV tank on' aland. What ouk PLEASURE AGAIN Df 1968 i£h’£ 
r«. 656-3563. TO OFFER THESE TWO FINE 30-H.P- . 

n , D ,. rf srpams PRODUCTS AND STILL THE BEST »-M.P. MA NUAI. 

4GE AND FURNACE REPAIRS nEAL IN TOWN I 73-HP. ELECTRIC 

Dll era and Cycloa oil burnara tb 40-HP. MANUAL _ 

led. 477-4912. j* Douhla Eagla Flbreglare. back 45-H.P. ELECTRIC 

-Ujrxin "nn r-nxV to tAck uphckxtarad aeata. wind 40-H P. ELECTROMATtC »20 

e^mu.t b. in good condition. ^ M P ELECTRIC 


NEW 1367 JOHNSON OUTBOARDS A A A A A A A A A A A A A 

WMTWlty 

*“• ‘“peg bale STANDARD'S 

5HP. FOLDING gs si* BARGAIN ANNEX 
*273 *2T USED FURNITURE 

6488 6415 CDFCT41 Cl 

$S« si5i SPECIALS! 

*619 *54(1 Davenport green, wood arm* 8* 50 

*716 *62(1 5-Pc. Walnut «rborU* Dining 

“** Set awlvet chair* .M80 

Walnut Arborlte buttet and 

— hutch to match abova.».3C 

612* «3D5B Cogawell rocker .22-50 

J Pee. Chreterfleld. chocolata.. 89 5C 

J 1 ®* Maple Comer Table .18.30 

SERVED 

Welcome USED APPLIANCES, TOO! 
lR4-7« Easy Wringer Washer .6B.0C 


Deliveries 

Ready Mix Concrete 

Monday thru Saturday. 
Plant 478-1701 Res. 478-2737 


HEINTZMAN MINI GRAND, 63*0 j MONTHS OLD PORTABLE TV 
4D 2019. and "land, *150 or neareal Oder. 

- -to! nafio 

REBUILT PIANOS. EASY TERMS --1----- 

Scott Plano Service. 884-4623 


MOTORCYCLES 


63A MUSIC TEACHERS 


PRE FAB SHOP LTD. VIEW ROYAL MUSIC STUDIO. 

Mfg. ol quality ctialum made aheel Peggy Zuhllnl, A.R.. C.T.R.M.T 
metal Juct and flltlngi for com rtudcnU may prepare for the 
meic.ll and Industrial uae In vent!- examination, for the Royal Con 
latlon heating and air conditioning aervalorv at Music of Toronto. 349 
CONDUCTOR PIPE and L~_.... ‘ 

All type* FLASHING I 

CONVERSION, OIL BURNERS 
REGISTERS and GRILLS 
882-5214 412412 Alpha Tarrec* 


MERCURY OUTBOARDS 
3.9 to 125 h p 

MERCURY MARINE 
SALES & SERVICE 
(Div of Mayfair Motors Ltd.) 

736 Cloverdala Are. 8858922 

MMMMMMMMM 


ELBOWS 1 Bland Hig hw ay. j7M0«L _ 65 HONDA 90cc ... 

PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION 66 YAMAHA 100 C( 

BERN IE PORTER A MUSIC STUDIO 67 YAMAHA lOOcc 
1734 Douglaa Street 382-9542 YAMAHA 100CC 

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONSON cc YAMAHA TOW 
MOST ALL INSTRUMENTS ^ lAm/uvA AUDCC 

“ra TORT - A 8858M2 D 67 YAMAHA 350cc 

ESTHERS ACCORD IAN STUDIO TRIUMPH 1 

Accordlana loaned beginners 
1 428 Weatall _8 88-070 

PLAY POPULAR PIANO 
SO teaaona. Result* guaranteed 
Mrx Ted Williams. 3861254 

GUITAR. vioun_AND piano in| We service all makes 

o< Motorcycles 

64 TV, STEREO, RADIO 

SALES AND SERVICE at 

YAMAHA CITY 


Duotherm, *1U. 384-846! 

30-INCH TAPPAN GLASS AND 
chrome high oven, to build la all 
chrome cooking top. 65 6-3563._ 

OIL STOVE IN GOOD CONDITION. ! 
*35 388-5713. _ 

VIKING ELECTRIC RANGE. ISO. 
388-7126 _ 

40" MOFFAT ELECT. RANGE, 
dou ble oven *40. 3301 Douglas Sb 

71 FARM IMPLEMENTS 


BOAT BROKERS 
CHRIS CRAFT SALES 

VAN ISLE MARINA LTD, 
Steve Dickinson 
Geoff Simpson 

Sidney, B.C. 656-113f 


Arrest and Trial: 8:30, Military Mirror; 9:00, Walter 
Winched; 9:30. Code 3; 10:00, News: 10:30, True Story; 
11:00, Movies with Ogden Nash; 3:30 a.m.. News; 4:00, 
Bachelor Father; 4:30, M-Squad; 5:00, Arrest and Trial; 
6:30, Walter Wincheli. 

Friday’s Radio 

k 6:30 p.m.—A debate recorded at Vic High: Should 
11.00 Canada Join the US.? With Prof. C. F. BurchUl-CBU 
(690). 

6:30—A r*pital by Canadian pianist Stephanie Sebas- 
teln CBU.FM (105.7). 

9:30—Premiere of The Dark Eagle, « 13-week Joseph 
Schul] biography of Benedict Arnold—CJVI (900) and 
CBU. 

10:00—Music Diary conclude* it* Toscanini report— 
CBU-FM. 

10:30—For harpsichord nuts: a recital by Irene Weiss, 
then Sylvia Marlow with the Berlin Radio orchestra. The 
recital on CJVI, both on CBU. 

■A—Recommended; C—Color. 


multl-cycla .34100 

STANDARD FURNITURE 
BARGAIN ANNEX 

84! Pandora (Opp. B.C. Hydro) 

\ A A A A A A A A A A A A 


CONTINENTAL'S YEAR-END 
CHESTERFIELD CLEARANCE 


OAK BAY YACHTS 
HAIDA 26 

Cruising / Racing Sloop 

SEA SPIRIT 34 
Japanese Built 
Ocean Ketch 


Sport Daytona 500ce 
Bonneville 650co 


CanreUed order. Accredit reject!, 
diaocntnued atylca, etc., make (fill 
talc our most exciting. *100 
minimum off our aelttnf price on 

merx. ault* on our main floor- or_ . 

}nur *rt*rtlon of any pair of lamp* your home, 
ii th* value of *150. '- 

CONTINENTAL HOWE SUPPLY 

851 JOHNSON _ 

______ KENT’S LTD. RENTALS 

MAYNARDS ^^^ 

’ AUCTIONEERS f “ 21 " ~ 23 ” Taf * 

FURNISHINGS PURCHASED OUT- **£} 

right OR sold on consign- Transistor Radios; by day,- 
ffliT!ON PRAISAL WITH0UT week or month. 

HIGHEST PRICE! KENT'S LTD. 

wav-aw^^®® AT 742 Fort St. 383-7104 


USED EQUIPMENT 

Garden UUer* from *70 lo *330. 

.Pl runaomet Crawler Irectnr 
filled with hydraulic* and power 
nrf. Excellent value at d.SK 
Ford,on Power Major tractor with 
'oader. 11 . "00 

FOrdaon Power Major with 14-ft. 
„x>* and Shawn** loader. A 


JANUARY MEAT BUYS 


STORE WIDE 
DEVALUATION BALK 


Hamburger, 3-lbj 
Bacon, sliced side 


BRITISH GEAR 

10 . LESS 3 PER CENT 


GRAND BANKS 
Hong Kong Built 
Diesel Cruisers 

BROKERAGE 

Sailing School—Charters 
Compass Adjusting 


Sides of choice quality 


Division of 
MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St 
382-1928 


BOSUN'S LOCKER 
880 JOHNSON STREET 


The Finest 

Freezer Meat Obtainable 
— Buy The Best — 
— And Enjoy It — 


BOATING SHOWCASE 

MAY WE WISH EVERYONE 
A MERRY CHRISTMAS 
AND A PROSPEROUS 
AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
TRACTOR SHOP 
Headquarters far 
proven 
J. I. CASE 
Utility and farm 
v equipment 

Keating X Road 652-1 


OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES AND SERVICE 
1327 Beach Drive 3 


KILSHAW’S 
AUCTIONEERS 
Buy — SeU 
CASH 

Guaranteed Appraisals 
1115 Fort 384-6441 

FURNITURE NEED REFIN1SH- 
Ingl Let th* Bay'a expert* give 
them that brand new look or 
harmonize dllfreently f 1 n I • h e d 
plecex Make an appointment for a 
free appraisal. Call the Bay 
3^5UU. Local 231 Another fine I 
Bay . aervire. W« alao rellmab 


DRESS FOR WINTER! 


8 only. 78 watt output Top aterao 
component* Including tape and aalat- 
IIta apeaker (idea. Reg. *699. 
SPECIAL *499 

CONTINENTAL HOME SUPPLY 
851 John!on, 886-2438 


British Riding Pants—*8.95 
British 

Riding Jackets. --J16.95 up 
Leather Jackets, from J36.95 
Leather Gloves, 
from...57.95 pr. 


CANOE COVE MARINA 
RTZ BAY 656-3915 - 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALI 


•2 MISCELLANEOUS COR 
SALE 


SUNBEAM 677 

COURIER cord-re*! VACUUM 
CLEANER, 144 h.p moire-, DE 


-- - SIDNEY 

Home of High Quality Cruller* 
Manufactured In Canada 
Bertram Deep Vee Ftbreglail 
Cano* Cove Commander 
and Crulaer 
16 ft- Klbreglaia Lin* 

Trojan Shepherd 

28 — 28 — 31 - 36 — 41 — 46 —BO 
Plus complete repair farllillei 
AU Ude marine lr«\elllt 

35 FT. DISPLACEMENT CRUISER. 
*4.500, easy leima arranged. Ph 
385-4214 or 479 6883 


j.-* n.p. nuare, jje. 

.LUXE cleaning tootx Regular price 


EATON'S 
Bargain Centre 
WAREHOUSE 


MAKE 

Someone’s life easier 
See the 

Display of Equipment 
at 

1012 BROAD ST. 

Bathtub rails 
Bathtub safety seats 
Bed trays 

The flew’ Book Butler 
AND MANY OTHER 
HOME-COMFORT AIDS 
For the handicapped 


TRACK LOADER, 


WESnNGHDUSE TELEVISIONS 
-TO CLEAR 
2S" COLOUR. *689 
23" CONSOLE, *249 
»•' PORTABLE. 6219.95 
«■" PORTABLE, J1H9.95 
CLEARANCE PRICES ON 
RADIOS AND RECORD PLAYERS 
ROYAL APPLIANCE AND TV 
723 JOHNSON 888-9021 

COUNTRY AND CITY AUCTION - TELEV!S10 N IT^.o- 

FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD MAJOR APPLIANCES 

BALKS BAT. 1 PJ6. Repair! made In your bam* or In 

TO GoUalream Ava 678-17B th* aervlc* building bv competent 


FOR KALE 


Le*a your Trade-In of $20.00 
879 95 


1959. TD9 International. Droll 
minor with loading fork* and I 
winch. In excellent condition. Price 
17.000. Phone Duncan 74*«07 or 743- 

9734-__ 

•roc wn BULLDOZER, KBS TANDEM 
Sab-JlliJ un | ti 82.390, *1.000 down, termx Ph. 

385-1501 __ 


See us now at 


WOODWARD'S 

APPLIANCES 


749 View Street 


refrigerator* 


NEW RCA VICTOR IT* 
portable TV . 

HOSTESS ROCKERS, nylon 
covered ................... 

USED INCUS automata 
wa*h*r _j..... 

CERAMIC lamps, compute 
wlUi ... 

USED PHIL CO FRIDGE, 
automatic defroat ...—.— 

ALUMINUM CHAISE 


2nd Floor 


CASH OFFERS 

Ob All BuaU, Marin* Equipment 
MAYNARDS. 888-5191 

WANTED—THUNDERBIRD KEEL 
iVIcloria Presi, Box W4 


74 GARDEN SUPPLIES 


FLEXIBLE FINANCING ON 
the bike of your choice, new or 
uied. Get more motorcycle fnr 
your money. Service, part* and 
acceuortex Yamaha. Triumph 
and BSA 

CYCLE CENTRE 

Le* Blow Motorcyd* Sale* 
2*40 Douglaa Sl *84-7843 


TRUSSES 

SURGICAL SUPPORTS 
WHEELCHAIRS 
SALE or RENT 


SPECIAL 

Thl» offer good tit Jan. 11 two 
pl*C* cheaterfleld cleaned and de- 


DUCK MANURE 10c A DAG 
Sidney Duck Farm 858-4412 


TV SERVICE 
2B YEARS EXPERIENCE 
All repair! don* In your hnm* 
Call For Appointment 
COLORAMA TV SERVICE 
UMTOlPk 
888-9751 

Guarentea aervlca within 1 Hour 


out NEAR T O F t N O 184 ACRES' 
med 1.000,000 ft tbr. Lnvaly beach ea 
|35,tl(Kl F. G. Helm ford. 813 Fort St 
5813 387-7522 _ 

n- WANTED - FIR OR BALSAM 
.'landing or fellaO Umber. Piny 
•Jro* . 478-2530. 


OWL DRUG CO. 


LOUNGES 


385-6761 


Flawing, Rnlovatlag ■ M ERIE STREET 

•ad Cultivofinf 

SABOT sailing boat. 

ROB’S ROTOVAT1NG oVS? 8 

. — - ----vim.,ng. blade work. «lc. 479-2110 DOUGLAS ST. 

ment May he aeen by appointment —— -■ ■ ..."—nr:— _: 

loniy. Telephone Sergeant Smith 354- DON’S TRACTOR SERVICE - HAVE 1968 MODI 
I. Submit ofler, In writing, to Plow, cult, rotovale, leveL 477-3918. unuaed "GS h.p. ft 
•chailng Agere, City Hail, by ■ " armyarrer atc ^11 take 

n on Wednesday, January 17, C. ST AH LB. KUTUVATlNt*. ETC, go h.p. In trade. SI 

j bactorx band mwhme*. loading ——- 

---- and hauling. *193191. 388-1064. TOR REBUILniNC 

— JUST ARRIVED — -—— --- Coaat trailer, hull, 

nplet* Engttib rain aulti and JACK'S T R A CTO R SERVICE— rudder. Beat off* 
toroycllng tugh boot!. Quality Kotwatfe pluw, level 479-1386 MM» _ 

ntS” Mrrmnrvrt r COOPER'S TRACTOR SERVICE 19" BARTENDER STYLE, HilnowT H: 

¥ U |^“^°thi RC momr E ci.cSl ■■ A, * . tract ° r ^ f-A « V C-«o | changed. 

ce 1918- *86-5826 Tap Sail, Rock, and F0I 

FREDERICK MOTORS LTD. --. - --- 

KAWASAKI SHREDDED PEAT SOIL. GARDEN 

PARTS. SALES. SERVICE land, manure, gravel, fall. Soil and 
2751 Richmond 384-2121 manure by th# lack. E. Nixon Ltd. 

1967 ''YAMAHA 100 CC TWIN <T,1MT ".-_ 

■lectrlr, excellent conrtillon. only TOP SOIL. FILL. BLASTED ROCK. 

100 miles, *41X1. 477-2782 ' aand and grerel. 


T UMBRELLAS 


Twn Rartey-Davalarei Sn(n mntnr 
cyctei for aale. Three are i960 and 
1962 model! and have been reed by 
the City uf Victoria Police Depart- 


SURGICAL SUPPLIES 
LTD. » 


Use Your Handy 
EATON Account 

No Down Payment 


82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 

SALE 


and a Happy New Year. We are 
taking a little vacation and wtll be 
back real » too. 

TRADER VICS 

1412 Quadra 188064 


a division of 


InVaervIre to the hmt FKmi PERSONALLY PLANNED STEREO 4UI 
finUMd •£(£!. wSrtatST ESPECIALLY DESIGNED Pur 

Hodyc^ Standard Fumltur. Co., _ QY S 

131 ---— QuMra Agguancre. 3S14 Quadra — 

FOR SALE — HOLLYWOOD r 

double bed, dreuer, hide-a bed, 3- Cre 

piece dinette aulte, and tocldenUla “ Ql 

Good condition. 185-4705. TVS AND RADIOS REPAIRED AND goo 

- .... Overhaul*d by Government CarUtiad BR 

2 BOK SPRING DOUBLE MAT- 1 achnician a or 

tren beda- Like new. *K> each. Ph BRENTWOOD HAV ELECTRfMUt aim 

182-8502 after 4:80. _ SERVICE — 

nnimrHni.n furniture — 3 H,BI '01. . Br * n,, 9 V 9 d .Ba» 


McGILL ft ORME 
1021 Broad St. 
384-8433 


LOST YOUR KEYSJ 


LIMITED QUANTITY 
1967 MOFFAT 

HEAVY-DUTY CLOTHES DRYERN 
A de lux* model featuring fullj 
automatic waih and wear am 
IV.UIU" humioily drying eyries 
PLUS the regular timed drylra 
cycle 

PORCELAIN ENAMEL TOP 

SPECIAL ONLY $198 


I BERNINA MACHINES 
Lika new, open arm with buttan- 


hoter. *11*. Open arm with reg-au. 
waa *N9, now 8158. Bernina Record, 
was *366, now *269. 

SAWYER SEWING 
8 U Fort Street *91-622( 

COOD G A I NADAY WASHER, 

«ninmatlc pump, timer. *30. 477 

soia . . 

HOUSEH OLD ARTICLE - ALL VACS C " TAYl 

MOUShHCM-U ARTICLES R tp *lr* f 0 all makea of vacuum I im j ( J lnso n St 

__wt-mia __ cleaner a. Rtbulll. at reaKtoahlei JOlinson 

SINGER TREADLE SEWING MA Pt>««- Terms Free nick up, d*-| 

lenine. *12 384-8T4A U'*ry. «»UmaUl 658-OIL -- 


TOOL TABLES 

W* tak* moat any old thin* In 
tredt for one of our new or uaed 
pool tablex Before you buy aee us 
flrit. Ampaco Billiards Ltd- 12l4 
Dnuglai. MB-33L i. 


PRICE S SAFTI AND KEY SHOP 
847 Fort St. 


384-6221 


PROPELLERS 


18:60 

31:31 

1:06 

1:36 

8:0* 

8:16 

*’*6 

3:30 

Luncheon Data 
Search; Light " 
Coronation Street 

Aa World Tumi 

Many Splendored 
About Town 

Taka" 80 

Edge of Night 

4:00 

4:30 

8:00 

6:30 

Bonnie Prudden 
Btrney Boomer 
Shazxan 

Let’* Go 

6:M 

City Story 


Newi 


Seven Stun* 

7:30 

Klahanle 


Get Smart 

*:» 

Tommy Hunter 

•: 0 a 

Movla 

■:3* 

Movla 

10:00 

Movla 

10:30 

Movla 



11:10 

Sport*, Movla 



18:30 

Movl* 






















































































100 CAW re* SAL* 


20 felUOalailct. Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5 

n M1SCU.LANIOUS FOR 113 MISCELLANVOUS *0* 


IS MISCCLLANKOUS 10* |92 UVISTOCK. SUPPLIES 100 CAW POR SALI 

**** no ANGUS FEEDER CTEERa 7«6 r ‘ 


- NATIONAL - 

CHRYSLER—DODGE 

“Horn* of Dependable 
Used Cars" 
(Under the Flashing 
Red Arrow! 


APPLIANCE SPECIALS Mtadmvi. R.R.X Quallcum Butch. 

COMPARE Ph ijuMT 

Frtaldalrt, Ucu.fl refrigerator ., _.. 

PRICES will, crou-Uie-top freezar and *-YEAR-OLD BLACK GELDING 

ANYTIME! " , S?* rn * au “ p * „ Leaving city, n*uai «aU. 477-lttfl 

ONLY -----fLfli 33 .n, r t.M 

MEN'S ALL-WHITE COTTON McClary Eaay, 10 cU. It aero tone -- ~ - ...- 

HOSPITAL SOCKS PER PAIR S9c refrigerator, auto defroat, door HAND-TOOLKD DOUBLE-IUGGED 

MEN'S NAVY BLUE WOOL ahelvea ana butter keeper. Mode** weitera rop.n« aaddla. (100 384 

TOQUE Me **|liar* deUgn. SM 

ARCTIC FLEECI-LINED ‘WLY . ..SUMS -— . . 

SOCKS PER PAIR **c S-w*j rtoelwond Imperial kicludiog 10 -YEAR-OLD BROWN GELDING. 

THICK FELT INSOLES VS TV Garrard changer, and AM. vary g*ntle. **ry chaan to good 

PER PAIR 2*c KM ilerao, walnut eahlnet with noma «WISI. _ 

ARCTIC" DUBWN largk n|| ^ -di|y tort._HAY JtND_WRAW_l .TOUNG 

NEATS-FOOT OIL . . -■- «v, m ~ 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 


NATIONAL 
CHRY SLER—DODGE 

“Home of Dependable 
Used dm" 
(Under the Flashing 
Red Arrtwrl 


EMPRESS 


PONTIAC 


BUICK 


M, PRICE 
BEDDING 


WOODWARD’S 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


- COMPACTS- 

66 Valiant custom " 2 on" 
4-door sedan, big slant 
six motor, automatic 
transmission, custom 
push button radio. One 
owner. 

NOW .*2195 

63 CHEVY II 4-door sedan. 

standard 


- HARDTOPS- | 

67 CHEVROLET Impala 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power brakes and 
steering, custom push 
button radio, low mileage. 
NOW.*3195 


T79 PANDORA AVENUE 
386-3322, Local 216, 219 


is 2 * xrsaiiz"™- 

m TVi ““"sit ^ d H7T hay re " 

C M ONLY . SMS >S "fl* RaarrmaUa. _ 

« month* warranty cm plelure lub* |/|fAl qat jjav yj pgR CENT 

£ 96 MAI8 FURNITURE 100 CARS FOR SAtl 


JANUARY 


NEW YEAR'S 
GIFT TO 
CAR BUYERS! 


AMBASSADOR 
MATTRESS OR 
BOX SPRING 
539.95 each 

Reg. value *79.95 fach! 4‘6” 
size, also available sepa¬ 
rately, too — choice of Mat¬ 
tress or Box Spring. 

HEALTH-O-MEDIC 
MATTRESS OR 
BOX SPRING 
*49.95 each 

Reg. value 199.95 each! 4'6" 
wide, your best buy ki 
separates, too — Mattress cr 


RECONDITIONED 

APPLIANCES 


67 PONTIAC 9-Passenger 
station Wagon—V8-327 en¬ 
gine, automatic, 3-speed, 
radio, power steering, 
brakes. Uc. 12950. List 
53895.SALE *3495 


66 COMET CaMente Moor 
hardtop, V-8, automatic 
transmission, power Peer¬ 
ing, custom push button 
radio, whitewalls. 

NOW .*2695 


1-30 Inch MOFFAT ..$69.95 
1-30 Inch VIKING ...*69 95 

1-30 inch R.C.A.*79.95 

1—30 inch 

FRIGIDAIRE .$69.95 

1-40 Inch 

FRIGIDAIRE .$34.86 

1—40 inch 

WESTINGHOUSE $69 95 


six cylinder, 
transmission, custom 
radio. 

NOW.51295 

63 FALCON 2-door sedan, * 
cylinder motor, standard 
transmission, push but¬ 
ton radio. 

NOW .*1195 

61 VALIANT "200'* 4-door 
sedan, slant six motor, 
push button automatic 
transmission, custom 
radio, whitewall tires. 
NOW.*1495 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 


M0 YARDS RED ASH AND 
il elndar* at 10c ■> yard. 753- 


37 PONTIAC LaurentJan Se¬ 
dan—V8 automatic, radio, 
power steering. Lie. 13- 
595. List $2995. 

SALE .»T95 


FRONT QUARTER OF CANADA 


"Where your buy is 
backed by service" 


grind ” ’ «1eer beef, 39r a lb. 
Guaranteed tender. 479-1729 

r PLYWOOD BOAT. (7*: 3.9 CHRYS 
le* outboard. (185: art 1 garage 
dom, m 383-7584 

PHOTO ENLARGES TRAYS AND 
I am pa. All nearly new. ( M. .784-8320 

I J WAGON WHEELS. 

iasa _ 

GOOD CLOTHING SOLD 


65 PARIS IE N N E Super 
Sport 2-door hardtop. 327 
V-*, automatic transmis¬ 
sion, custom radio, vinyl 
roof, bucks* seats, power 
brakes. 


Check our 

QUALITY 

Used Cars 
We are certain that 
you’ll agree that we 
give the 
BEST QUALITY 
at the 

LOWEST PRICES 
YOU 

BE THE JUDGE 


36 BUICK Le Sabre Sedan- 
Automatic. radio, power 
steering, brakes, win¬ 
dows. 

$3495 


HOOVER 

WASHER-SPINDRYER 

$189.00 


JANUARY SALE' 


NOW 


W# never hava them. Prlrea are 
k(o< low aa pnaalhle the year 
round at Pandora Furniture. 

**12 run. sm rwton reg. 1119 ». 

■pedal (85: 9x12 Belgian rail! 1- 
Be. cheaterflcld tulles (96 to 1299: 

Wde-a-heda (ffi to (U9; -.- 

rocker Of 50 In (44.SB: I -.— 

(IS.95 to (19.50: 5-nr. Duncan Phvfe 
dinette suite (1S9: 5 -dc. kltrhen __ 

suites (19.50 to (50: rhlna rahinei. S3 
-I** to (149: odd buffet (29 50 to 
(Iff: console extentkm table (69: 
n«>t of table) *49; French and - 

EMM? al^Te'c^Unenirt^da (n'so COUNTRY AND CITY AUCTIONS 
to iSB50: cheat of drawer) *12 50 to 
(W; d reiser (14.50 to (45.50: 
bad room suite* complete (159: 
retrigeralon (29 50 to »«; portable 
TV aa new (129: floor polishers 
(14 50 to (24.50; vacuum (19 to 
(29 50: Sinter treddrl sewing 
marhlne (12.50; S I B g a r hand 
machine (14 58. 

PANDORA USED FURNITURE 
1050 Pandora JS-S319 


MEN'S---, 

■t tha Bazaar. (8(3841 

MAI CO HEARING AID HIGH 1 
powered, very cheap, ro-4S*o 

49:’ platform ii CU. FT. AMC FRIDGE, CROSS 
hnateis rhalr tup freewr. (S3. 3*4-7*13. All-Temp. 


AUTOMATIC WASHERS 


DURING CUR JANUARY 
CLEARANCE 


66 MONACO 4-door hardtop, 
V-8, automatic transmis¬ 
sion, power brakes and 
steering, custom radio, 


1-BENDDC .. 
1—OOFFIELD 


$75.00 


SALE $3195 


PRE-SEASON 

SPECIAL 

"JUBILEE 20" 
POWER MOWER 

—3 h.p. Briggs & Stratton 
Recoil Start Engine 
—Big 7" Wheels 
—Steel Deck in Baked 
Enamel Finish 
Regular Value $67.75 
$52.88 


62 CHEVY H 2-door sedan, 
6 cylinder motor, ttand- 
atd transmission, white- 
walls. 

NOW .$893 

61 VALIANT 4-door (edan, 
economy slant six motor, 
stand a Td transmission, 
ideal transportation. 

NOW.$595 

60 VALIANT 4-door sedan, 
6 cylinder, automatic 
transmission, radio. 

NOW.*695 


1-INGUS 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


1—WESTINGHOUSE $60.001 


61 CHEVROLET Impala 4- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto-1 
matic, power steering, 
custom radio, wheel 


WRINGER WASHERS 
ALL Makes Priced 

from $20,00 up. 


65 DODGE Polar* 2- 
door hardtop, two- 
tone paint, V-8 auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
steering, mint condi¬ 
tion. Normally Bells 
for $2395. 

EXTRA SPECIAL $2095 


67 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- 
door H'Top, V-8 motor, 
automatic power stew¬ 
ing, custom radio. 

SALE PRICE .*3292 

FREE 68 PLATES 


TELEVISION SETS 
Recent Models 


60 PONTIAC PariBienm 2-1 
! door hardtop, 6 cylinder, 
transmission, 


FURNITURE 
of all kinds bought 
for cash 
3886313 


SPECIAL 

11" G.E. Portable TV 
(Demonstrator) 
NOW ONLY *99.95 


1-23” FLEETWOOD *169.95 

1—23" ADMIRAL, 

new pix tube ....*179.95 

1-23" VIKING.$179.95 

1-23" ADMIRAL ...$139.95 
1-23’* 

WESTINGHOUSE $219.95 


automata 

radio. 


HARVEY'S MEAT 

kARVtsrs Pnrk Sausage, IK. 
HARVEY'S SmI SauMg*. IK 
, HARVEY'S Rump Rout, lb, . 
MARSHALL WELLS HARVEY'S a«f Liv*r, IK .. 

724 Fort St. 384-1021 FREEZER SPECIAL 


NOW 


64 METEOR 4-door Re¬ 
dan, V-8, automatic, 
radio, power Btcer- 
lng. This is an im¬ 
maculate car. Nor¬ 
mally sells far $1895. 

EXTRA SPECIAL $1695 


50 CHEVROLET Impala 4- 
door hardtop. V-8, auto¬ 
matic transmission, cus¬ 
tom radio, twotane. 

NOW.$795 

56 OLDSMOBILE "88” 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering and 
brakes, custom radio. 
NOW.$495 


67 METEOR Montcalm 2- 
door H-top, V-8 motor, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, custom radio. 
bpLE PRICE .*3292 

FREE 68 PLATES 


all type* nf musical - inatrumen's 
What have you? Island Trading 
NOW AT aa JOHNSON Strait tu*t 
down from Douglas. 384MS* 

rOH MOREY IN A BURRY, WE 
buy or loan rmwy on toola gun* 
and musical Instruments Broad 
Johltwn Trading Centre. OT6JI 
JoK^on Strait (opposite Pet Shop) 


S6 CHEV II Nova Sedan 
Automatic, radio. I 
639443. List *2395. 
SALE .*2 


xxxxxxxxxxx 

OAKCRKST FOOOS-M7S QUADRA 


HDES of Albert* Bahy Beef. 

isoa» itm , per ib. . 

JIVES of Albert* Pork, 

■670 lb*., per lb, . 


65 VOLVO 4-door sedan 
NOW.3 


WOODWARD'S 


64 PONTIAC Strato 
Chief 2-door sedan, 
6, automatic. Weil 
maintained, an Weal 
family unit. Nor¬ 
mally sells for *1695. 

EXTRA SPECIAL *1395 


55 MERCURY Colony Park 
Station Wagon — Auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
steering, brakes. Lie. 10- 
163. list *3295. 

SALE .*2895 


64 ENVOY 4 - door station 
wagon. 

NOW .*1195 


lo Advertise: rmrvv r 

thurs . rat. rax • Fine Meal 

n pays to V1 re*d L thk small 2709 Quadra St. 

PRINT! 

(f save by keeping our 
snd JAMMED WITH BJ 
And. we pus the** XAV 

TO YOU! 

OFTEN COPIED — 

OAK CREST- Vtl E^ORICD 
COUNT STORE 


3868511 

THE SALVATION ARMY 
Men'* Social Service and Heha&ll- 
latluo Cenlr* need yuar used furni¬ 
ture. cjothJng, hixisehold goods 
paper, etc. to carry on our Social 
I’rugram. Pleaae phone SS6-S295. 

WE PAY CASH FOR USED OFFICE 
desk*, chairs, and "' 


383-2031 


67 PLYMOUTH Fury H 4-1 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, radio. 

SALE PRICE .*3093 

FREE 68 PLATES 


SPARTAN APPLES 


-DOMESTICS-- 

67 DODGE PoJara 500 4 
door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic transmission, 
power (teering and 
brakes, custom push but¬ 
ton radio. Cost new $4200. 
NOW.*3295 


63 PEUGEOT 4-door, a lux¬ 
ury import. 

NOW. $995 

63 VOLKSWAGEN "1500" 2- 
door sedan. 

NOW .*1195 

63 SUNBEAM roadster, 
hardtop. 

NOW.*1095 


TOPCOATS 


Wool Laminates 
Heavier weights 
Regular $49.50 
SALE $29.50 
at 

LES PALMER 
The Stora With More 
714 View 382-23 


__ __ _ _ cabinets 

SAD OFFICE INTERIORS 
_ gs-am _ 

LUNDS AUCTIONEERS 
BUY —SELL—APPRAISE 
9M Furl 3«*-J30e 

MAYNARD'S AUCTIONEERS 
Ca*h offer* un ail type* of furnJib- 
ing* sas-am .__ 

JUNK CARS 
And Hodle* Hauled 
William* W. 

BEST CASH PRICES FOR FURN1 
lure, trunks beaters Reliable Uaid 
l-Xmlture. phuna *83-8714 

KILSHAW'S 

CASH FOR FURNISHINGS 
_ »<«i-644I _ 

GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
Mi For t_ ag-HZ! 

WE BUY YOUR FURNITURE, 
miscellaneous nr *vhat h*v* you? 
Beat caa h price *. _ 

WANTED - SLIDE PROJECTOR 
for both 170 and Si illdea Also oil 
itnve motor. S84-07T1- 


65 B UIC K Wildcat Sport 
Coupe — Automatic con¬ 
sol shift, bucket teats, 
radio, power steering, 
brakes. Lie. 630443. List 
$2995.SALE $2795 


66 METEOR Rddeau 500, 
V-8. automatic, radio, 
power steering. Thta 
car has an extended 
50,000 mile warranty 
due to its excellent 
condition. Normally 
sella for $2695. 

EXTRA SPECIAL $2495 


USED APPLIANCES 

Wringer waitier* from (10. 
Electric range* from Oh. 
Fridge* from 121 
K**y Ttrmi 

_ VAN ISLE VARIETY 
King* Rd. 184-036. 03 1347 


BARRACUDA Fa 
Coupe, V-8 motor, 
matic, power «t 
radio. 

SALE PRICE ... 
FREE 68 PLATES 


66 CHRYSLER New Yorker 
4-door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic transmission, fully 
powered, one owner lux¬ 
ury car. Cost new $6500. 
NOW.$3895 


62 VAUXHALL Victor sedan. 
NOW .$893 

61 JAGUAR MKIX sedan 

NOW..$632 


..TRADING, CHESTER- PRICI 
field* IJ-ta: had* *3 SO; lawnmowm BEEF 
SO; tned door*, window*, lumber Sliced 
«nd oil lank* and. 


65 BUICK Skylark V8 Sedan 
—Automatic, radio, power 
steering, brakes. Uc. 
641445. Ust $2895. 

SALE .*2695 


-- -jicrd, YOUM. 

. 8, end*. elc., 'JAKCREST DfSCOUNT 
bCKik*, plrturcs. plumbing If you PRICE, LH 

looMng for any u*ed article*. STKAKETTES OR CHOPETnES 
look around our warehmi**. k:30 OAKCREST DISCOUNT 
am - * pm. Turner, off Bay. PRICE. LB .. 

SS8-6341.— Canada Choice Lean 

---—-- GROSS RIB ROAST OF BEEF 

KOW IN VICTORIA. HEA& OAKCREST DISCOUNT 
quarter* for Rebuilt IBM Type- PRICE, I.B. 

Kriier* itandard and Executive. FRESH GROUND BEEF 
Approx a per cent cfl Hat pr lre, 'J* K iL RES I DISCOUNT 
NEW MACHINE GUARANTEE. PRICE. LB. . 

Your choice at type *ty]e and „ -'ANAS. 

Cjurlag. length CITY OFFICE N °1 Gogen Ww_ 

F.WUIPMENT LTD . Bt Yale*_ri2 lE ? T DISCOUNT 

Street 18841211 PRICE. LB. .. 

-- INSTANT MfLKO 


HE AN EARLY BIRD. 

BEAT THE RUSH 
HAVE YOUR POWER MOWER 
- - - - SERVICED- 


SHARPENED 
NOW. 

VICTORIA I.AWNMOWER 
HOSPITAL 

SM Johna-rn SC W 


PLYMOUTH Fury IH 4- 
door H-top. V-8 motor, 
power steering, brakes 


65 PONTIAC Laumitian 4- 
door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic traits mission, 
power brakes and steer¬ 
ing, custom radio, execu¬ 
tive root. 

NOW .52395 


S5 CHEV Biscayne Sedan 
Lac. 59178. List *1895. 
SALE .5169E 


67 DODGE D100 pdekup. 
Long, wide box. 

NOW .$2293 

jSC INTERNATIONAL %-ton 
pickup. 

NOW.*395 


THIS IS YOUR 
LAST CHANCE 
AT LOW, LOW PRICES 
3 ONLY 


BE WINTER WOK 


64 BUICK LeSabre Sedan 
Automatic, radio, pow 
steering, brakes, lie.: 
995. List $2295. 

SALE .*« 


67 PONTIAC Parisienne 
2-door hardtops, V-8, 
auto matic, power 
steering, power 
brakes, custom radio, 
law moieage. Balance 
of new car warranty. 
Normally sells for 
S3295. 

EXTRA SPECIAL $2895 


65 PLYMOUTH 4-dooc se¬ 
dan, big slant aix motor, 
push button automatic 
transmission, white with 
black executive roof. 
NOW.$1895 


WITH ELEC- 


--- NATIONAL - 

CHRYSLER — DODGE 


66 BUICK LeSabre 
H-top, V-8 motor, 
matic, power il 
and brakes, radio. 
SALE PRICE ... 

FREE 68 PLATES 


' " ~ v7 I t FV MF*T MARKCT - REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZ- 

Cur Z ct H*»y 0?£y and ERS BOUGHT. 384-Taa AU-Tamp. 

La tori a Rd*. Swift Canadian Be*f. COMICS- POCKET BOOKS. MAGA- 
Rad or Blue brand, wrapped and 4nei- Snwden'*, 1217 Broad Sl 

frowen from quarter. 48c a lb; aide_ ___ — _ • . _ —— 

of beef. She a lb.; hind quarter, 6Sc WANTED. TUXEDO TAILS. SIZE 

• lb ; aide* of pork. SO to 70 Ib*. 3S-40 3SM977 after «:Sft_ 

45c a lb. Check and compare prima. ,r-nprao ratE WANTED. 
Open Sunda y*. Phone 47M061. Tl ^ h 

URBANK FARM SPLIT DRY CEDAR FENCE 

11*0 Royal Oak Av*. -- 

l-Yeekcr Special 

Larfe masting rhtrkrn. cleaned 
and fruaer. hoc Ib. 

Large whole boiling fowl. (1 each 
Fre*h Grade A egga 
Garden pmdur* 


819 YATES STREET 
384-8174 


F1BREGLAS 

Re*ln.Gal. M.U 

8-oz. x 38“ clollr - 

Lla yard «,33 
TELAG1C PACIFIC INU LTD. 

4 Huron Street utifii 

ADDITIONA1. 10 PF.R CENT SAV 


64 VALIANT V-8 hardtop, 
automatic, radio, licence 
67853. List $1895. 

SALE .... . .*1695 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
YATES AT QUADRA 


66 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
V-8 motor, 


ing on iaetory direct price* wilh 
purrhaa# of 3 gal* or more. Total 
aavine* un tn 4n per oenl 
DICKER MARTIN!! PAINT C" I.M 
1302 Wharf i foot of Yaie*> 3S3-SS5C 

*'• REAVER TABLE SAW VH P 
motor; IT' CialUmar Band Saw 
J' 11 ' 1 , , mptr*; 1 *el 10 lran*l*tnr 
Walkie-Talkie; Weh*ter Air Cnm- 
preMOi, SI,' fUxeclat* boat with 
5 h.p. Scot I mo tor. 3864245 

» , FT GLASS SHOWCASE! 

wide. In jnmd condition. __ 

C.mllnenul Paitrlet. 1028 Bi.n 
ahard_ 

TWO FULL-LENGTH FUR CO ATS J 
1 muskrat 1 brown *eal: Dorlable 
Jl'reo record pUver. best offer. 478- 

1459. 


66 SUNBEAM Alpine, com¬ 
plete with hardtop, soft 
! top and portable Phillips 
radio. Balance of new 
ar warranty __$2195 

64 CONSirL, 
condition 
overhaul 


SWAPS 


door aedan, 
automatic, radio. 
SALE PRICE r -„ 

FREE 68 PLATES 


64 DODGE V-8, Tudor. List 

$1595. 

SALE .S1395 


64 FORD Fairlane todan. 
V-8. automatic trammis-| 
irion, custom radio, white- j 
walls. 

NOW.*1885 


OTHER 

PETER POLLEN 
QUALITY 
USED CAR 
BARGAINS 


Twin lf.ns genflex reflex 
( fcmera 120 wHh \Svsl 2 rn llRIil 
far drill pr***, wood lathe, cement 
mixer, etc., or-acll. 477-4€6K__ 


RECONDmOHED TYPEWRITERS 
Full warranty, reawnahly nrlr*d 
Turner Bualnei* Machlnea 184-0113. 
1014 Y*tea _ 

27" CASH REGISTERS ADDING MA 
(SO. rhlne* ate Moat make*, aaw and 
reconcfl tinned. Anker agent Owen 
Vn and Rlchardaim Ltd- Ml 
Inhntnn St Phan* 383433a 

DISCOUNT ON ODD SIZES LIQUID 
Bahe'a Honev, 1538 Lanvjownr 
llnOeyromb rapping* for reader* of 
Df Jirvli' Folk Book. 


WILL ACCEPT LAND MORT- 
cagea nr travel tiailer as dn'vn 
uavment on brand-new 3-hedroom 
home. Langford ar ea. 384 -14 29. 

EXCELLENT FRIDGE. FOR 
lathe, drill, aw. Value 3®. HRH 
Empress. 

“ STATION'WAGON AND n.OOB 
fur good M-Ton Pick-Up. 64--342H 

1950 CHEV SWAP OR SELL 
phune 473-5133 after 5_ 


63 VALIANT 
$1095. 

SALE . 


■ order. Minced beef. 39c 111 . 
b*. 31.10, 1 for 32.00; bologna 
bv piece; bark *par* rib SSc 
Alberta grain fed beef, ride* 
Ib.. hind* 59c lb. front* 40c lb. 
iranieed. 77 5 Fort, 388-8631. 

WE HUY AND SELL _ AT 
The People'* Store 
PEOPLE'S TRADING POST 
2510 Tran* Canada Highway 
478-3333 

Open Sunday 14 p.m. 


in excellent 
vith- motor 


64 DODGE 4-door aedan, I 
cylinder, automatic tram- 
mission, one owner caa* 
history oar, very low 
mileage. 

NOW .$169; 


64 LINCOLN Continental 
4-door hardtop, The 
ultimate on luxury, 
fully equipped with 
every conceivable op- 
t i o n. Only 20,000 
milfK. Seeing is be¬ 
lieving. 

SPECIAL .$3895 

62 FORD G a 1 a x i e 6, 
automatic. Engine re¬ 
cently overhauled. At¬ 
tractive two-tone 
paint. 

SPECIAL ^.$895 

60 CADILLAC 4-door 
hardtop, full power 
equipped. A w e I 1- 
cared-for unit. Excel¬ 
lent condition through- 


66 FORD Custom 4-door 
aedan, automatic trans. 
SALE PRICE .$2191 

FREE 68 PLATES 


abation 


63 STUDEBAKER 
wagon, list $1295. 
SALE .- 


64 ANGLIA — Very clean 
throughout. Ideal student 
car. Was $995, now ..$895 

64 ENVOY sedan. An ex¬ 
cellent unit — you won't 
find a better one ..$1095 


63 FORD Tudor. list $1495 
SALE .*1295 


ANTIQUES 


DODGE 4-door aedan, 
V-8, automatic trans mis-1 
sion, power steering, cus¬ 
tom radio, whitewalls. 
NOW.*1395 


66 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4- 
door sedan. 

SALE PRICE ..—*2191 
FREE 68 PLATES 


RADIATORS 

i 20" high. . 

y (5 rach for quick ul«. 
iV larger ilze*. 454 B«U SL 

___ TOUCH-TYPING COURSE 

1X2-521 j with th* purchase nf new Olympia. 

Underwood. Remington or S.C.M. 

portable*. Uland Bualneu Machines ____ .— 

2BS3 Douglas. SAWYER SEWINO 

. — " I’nPt JM B8B-B9 

A.RC ELECTRIC — 3S3-72H mi »■ - 

New and rebuilt Appliance*. COMMERCIAL TYPE RUG CLEAN- 
Vacuum cleaner*, potlihera etc. «r It home uae. Royal Appliance*. 
On* year warranty, good **l«etkD v* 9u.’l 


WANTED - DOUBLE BED BED- 1 
28" l-K*. E' *pi '-ad or quilt, reasonable. 4 77-J UIS. 

86 MISCELLANEOUS TO 
i RENT 


63 CHEVROLET Bel Air se¬ 
dan. List $1495. 


MADRONA FARMS o^ 3a"l4x P ' ” Cm( Il 

FRESH VEGETABLES lWmp 1M. W !21&_ wide. ■ 

Phone order* only. 4T7-7(T« WATERPROOF TARPAULINS IN AUo a 

--——---— all *!»* and weights —-- 

CLEARANCE OF USED WRINGER VICTORIA TENT A AWNING CO FREE 

waahera Victor* Della Electric, 83! Flagard St. L- “ 

114 Corel orairt St 3S4-7C4 ■■ ■ - —- 

WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA, to be cleared from 310 
Written for all grade level* FOSTER FURS 

477-3211_ 7 0 Yate* Street _Sf 

WINCHESTER PUMP GUN. 12 EXTRA SPECIAL. FRE" 


162 ENVOY 


station wagon. 
Radio. Low mileage, well 
eared for unit_$1095 

59 CONSUL aedan. TNs is a 
1 owner car in exceptional 
condition throughout. Low 
mileage. Radio. _$495 


62 FORD 4-door sedan. 6j 
cylinder, automatic trans¬ 
mission, whitewalls. 

NOW .$995 


66 FORD Falcon Moor 
sedan, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE .*2191 


62 CHEVROLET Nova 
dan. List $1395. 

SALE .! 


60 FORD 4-door sedan, 6 
cylinder, automatic trans¬ 
mission, whitewalls. 


Reannabla prices 8H Fort St 

4-PIECE SILVER TER SET. (30; 

J’ht!!p'» record player. 150: ladies' 

dre*sen; *uit; *kirt and I coat*.- 

all ilze 34; offer*. 38( S3( after I M.lt i 

!VIKING VACUUM CLEANER. 333 * m ' ______ SIS' 

Irug, (45. 383 3001 sSi 

2-Y EAR-OLD 7U-5569. 


90 PETS AND SUPPLIES 


TRANSPORTATION 

SPECIALS 


iml itnve, 


63 CORVAIR. Monza hard¬ 
top. List $1395. 

SALE .*1095 


65 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- 
doo£ sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic, power ateer- 
ing and hrakes, cust. 


60 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-| 
door sedan, V-8, 


59 AUSTIN A 55 


auto¬ 
matic, power brakes and 
steering, push button 


BLACK RIND, 

Cheddar^ CHEF.SE SPECHT S AyuAnium 

Coil* Road at Harriet 383 *024 pet *hop. M " PP nn . 

- . -- — Office i. 20 p«r cent dlicouni on a 

THOR AUTOMATIC WASHER, bird cage*._ 

need* lervice. (2U; lank vacuum. -... ^ TC 

(10: chrom* table, yin: radio head HAPPINESS IS 

*' 6" bed. complele, (40; 4 ft box BEING DOGGY-WASH CLEAN 
• prln£, 17. SjC-®9U. —- -- %w*-ugq 


59 RENAULT Dauphine, 
48,000 miles . 

58 VAUXHALL. 
transportation 


65 OLDSMOBILE Delta Holi¬ 
day sedan. List $3395. 
SALE.5299E 


Winning Contract 


1060 Yates, 384-1144 
Open Until 9 p.m. 


Excellent 


65 BUICK Special sedan V-6- 
list $2495. 

SALE .*2295 


By HOWARD SCHENKF.N and RICHARD L. FREY 

"On this bidding you 

should have led a Vais NORTH (D) 

trump," accused East, Noaa 4 AQ 

after declarer had U 8 6 5 4 3 2 

made his pie-in -1 he sky 0 k 

contract. West nceeiy- 4> A k 8 5 

ted the rebuke and no WEST FAST 

one noticed that East *5 * k J 2 

had contributed to his Ukyi0 97 
side’s downfall. 0 10 4 3 2 0 A Q .1 6 5 

North’s vigorous tac- * 10 76 *QJ42 

tics landed South in KM TH 

four spades, and West A 10987643 

opened the diamond V A 

deuce. East was in and 0 9 8 7 

the problem was what ♦ 9 3 

to return. 

It was clear to East hid ding: 
that a trump opening ^“* l Sooth *** 

from his partner would 1 ^ 1 * p,, “ 

have been a belter at- 2 * I,, "“ 2 * **••• 

tack. It seemed equally * * AH p *“ 

clear that if East led 

a trump, he would Opeolag lead: Diamond deuco 
blow a trick. But when 


3234 Dougla*_ f 

s’eVEKAL iEAUTIFUL GROWN 
young cal* need kind adult home*- 

C. P. L., 3x3-6190 384-9692._- 

REGISTERED FuG PUPP1E1 J . 

- ..- ----- male*. 1 female. Judge tht (foe* , 

.— - Phone for free by the parents Phone 388-7346. • 

dem<m*tra 1 S'm. Island Buslnei* Ma---—i 

chine*. 384-7148. LOVING HOME CARE GIVEN 

-—— ------ your dug* or other peu while on 

12-CU. FT FRIDGE: 40T' RANGE; vacatlocG 477-3345 < 

clothe* dryer; wringer washer; - - - _ 

11 ns? tubs All good condition. Ph. REG. SAMOYED PUPPIES FROM ; 
477-7®A Dvina itock. Mrs- G. L*a*k ! 

- — . --- 1305 Exton St.. PL Albernl- 724-0243 , 

IN 1968 MAKE THE TAPE RE 'r-rcrai iuTiw* TRatNFD J- ; 
CORDING CENTRE your centre for TO CTVE AWAY. TRAINED » , 
all recording lupolle*. 1543 Fort year-r.ld male Getroan hnepnei a : 
■ I Oak Ray Junction dog, country home_S»JJJ-_ 

TV ANTENNA: SMALL CHEST OF FOR SALE OR TRADE NEED 
drawer*: Singer buttonholer. 386- aquarium, mal* squirm monkey. 

(W&_ 386-0942. ___ 

ALUMINIUM PRODUCTS. SCREEN FOR SALE. REGISTERED 8AMO 

door*, window*, lowest price* ever ye <i dog. 383-6729 _ 

off^_P tor>* 47947 30,- male k a n SHEPHERD. 

1 SLATE POOL TABLE. 4H'xfl-, reasonable lo good home. 3860698. 
romplew with acceNOriei Phone —mv 
Duncan 74M634 JOY BLACK AND WHITE IT3X 

. ——— — terrier, female. 475-5231 

SEWING MACHINE, PRINCETON -' rAn^ TTif- 

eleclrlc portable, good working PUPS ,.^rA* :>AUfc 

order, (20 388-8658. _ __ 

8 VM PROJECTOR, POLAROID BA ? V .,l l 1 l i£p IE3 ’ JUST 0UT ° F 

camera, hatl carpet, 2 *lnka, Iron, n eat 479-1054. _ , 

Phone 3862(06 _CAVALCADE KENNELS—BLACK 

NYLON NET PLAYPEN. AS NEW. lemale pug pupp y. 479 5937_ 

125; aaby carriage. ®0. (drawer ra , SH SETT ER PUPS. REGIS- 
I plywood de»k, (30 477 1103 _ Wred 4TT-3300. 477-612L 

■ PAIR 750x14 SNOW TIRES WITH KING PIGEONS AND PORTABLE 
SS!U*Sh.S2i hot,te e * Pp,r ' toft- 656-3S7D.__ 


57 CONSUL sedan. Mechani¬ 
cally excellent......*195 


65 VALIANT 100 2-door 
sedan. 

SALE PRICE.*1797 

FREE 68 PLATES 


matic trans mission, 
power steering and 
brakes. Custom radio, 
root rack. A luxury unit. 
NOW...$2995 

65 FORD Country Squire 4- 
door wagon, V-8, auto¬ 
matic trans mission, 
power brakes and steer¬ 
ing, custom radio, white- 
walls. 

NOW .$2995 


65 BUICK Skylark hardtop, 
V-8. List $2695. 

SALE .5249E 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter Pollen Ford) 
Yates at Quadra 384-5555 


(1695 

(1695 

.(13*5 


55 VALIANT 100 2-door 
sedan, automatic trans. 
SALE PRICE.*1898 

FREE 68 PLATES 


TRUCKS 


NEW DATSUN 
FOR 1968 


66 FORD V-8 %-ton 
pickup, 4-speed . 


more-for-your-money 


1964 

• MERCEDES BENZ 
190 SEDAN 
NOW SACRIFICED 
AT ONLY $1995 
(Check and compare this 
car and price anywhere) 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
750 Broughton 384-1161 


65 MERCURY V-8 Vi-ton 
pickup, radio.$2 


If somebody ever tells you 
he drives an economy im¬ 
port with 96 h.p. engin# 
that goes 100 m.p.h. has a 
safer. Impact absorbing 
body, the safest suspension 
-ean buy, a wrap¬ 
around air-flow system that 
{2295 keeps windows clear, that 


FORD Fairlane 2-door 
sedan, automatic, radio. 
SALE PRICE .$1991 

FREE 68 PLATES 


64 MERCURY Park Lane 4- 
door wagon, V-8, dual 
range automatic trans¬ 
mission, power steering, 
brakes and tail gate. 

Push button radio, roof mooe ^ 
rack and whitewalls. 

NOW :. 


65 G.M.C. tt-ton 
pickup. 


65 MUSTANG 2-door Hard¬ 
top, custom radio, bucket- 
seats. 

SALE PRICE.$2292 

FREE 68 PLATES 


it looks great, handles like 
63 VALIANT 4-door wagon, a dream, and that he bought 
big slant “6” motor, auto- u from us far only $2025, he¬ 
matic transmiasioc, cus- yeve him. It’s the DATSUN 
tom radio, whitewall 1000, the "more for your 
tires. money car" at 

NOW " 


57 G.M.C. 156 wheel base, 


duals 


ENSIGN | 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 


DAVID MQJORS LTD. 
1101 Yates St 3tJ6^ 


62 FORD Econollne • I d e 
windows. 

unit. 

NOW 


pup. 9 week* old. CD. 477-6605. 

FREE 3 KITTENS. 

_ 6562m_ 

BOXER P0P.5 9 WEEKS OLD 

Had first allot. 4763615. 


EMPRESS- 
PON7IAC — BUICK 
300 Fort St. 817 Yates St. 


. _ T CHEVELLE MALIBU 6DOOR 
$995 hardtop. V-8 automatic. pnvwr 
BfcnnK. pow*r brakes radio. 
Remainder of warranty. |3.ono. 
Phone Duncan 7467396 


930 Yates Street 
386-2411 


— NATIONAL 
CHRYSLER - DODGE 

819 YATES STREET 
384-8174 


1*5* BUICK. 
offer. 4761J79. 


Open weekday! till 9 


1958 JAGUAR 14. TOP COND6 
limy 18 67981 av*a._ 

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100 CARS FOR SALE 

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SUBURBAN 


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faithful" 

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world" 

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merry, 
gentleman" 

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12 Rla da — 

13 First number 

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15 Realat 

II "Tba lint-•' 

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13 -Kum 

(Allan daaart) 

14 Greek saga 

27 Gain victory 

28 Fatly liquid 

29 Ctrae of lifbt 

*1 "-King 

Wencaxlai" 

13 Even number 
34 ConateliaUon 

15 Perinna 

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beauty 

411 Pointed mtiiila 

42 Engliih 
anatom iat 
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43 Dluncumbar 

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4X Feminine namt 

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61 Roatar 


PUMLEY 


GET MORE 
AT MORRISON S 
SAVE MORE NOW 


SINCE 1893 


JANUARY 
CLEARANCE 
SALE IN FULL SWING 


SUPERLINE TUBELESS 
750-14 Nylon 

Limited quantity to clear at 
514-95 (ex.) 

• DAD TIRE LTD. 
Victoria Duncan 

[382-7283 746-7191 


DOUGLAS 
w "CORTINA 
HEADQUARTERS' 


112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


BIG JANUARY 
CLEARANCE 


68 BEAUMONT SD 396 hard- 
top, vinyl roof, bucked 
■eats, floor shift auto¬ 
matic, every conceivable 
option. Driven less than 
2,000 miles. 

SAVE Hundreds. 


1968 

CORTINA GT Tudor In sli¬ 
ver grey with black vinyl 
bucket seats and only 200 
miles. 

Suburitan Price 
$2495 


MORRISON’S 
ON DOUGLAS 


$1 DOWN 
$1 A WEEK 

Buys a New Goodyear Tire 

tor us tor Braka R»llnlng, Wbaal 
Alignment Shocks and Mufflers 
Uii. Eaay "anna 

VICTORIA TIRE LTD. 

Gave mmem at Herald W2-BM 

106 TRUCKS 


1967 CHEVELLE se¬ 
dan, 6 cylinder, 10,000 
I miles. 

Was $2693 . j . 


WANTED 


Board and room tor mother and 
day car* for ytar old dataller. 
Cull 8868808 baton I 

LARGE RdOM WITH BOARD. A 
law itepa to tha boa. I mlnutaa to 
downtown. iKann 

ROCCAHKLLA. CITY CINTlUt Z4 
large comfortabla rootoa, ixcaBan* 
eulitBA Vaflsadaa now, MUMP 

ROOM AND GOOD' FOOD TH 
private homo lor congenial man. 
383-1893_ 

DE LUXE BOARDING HOUSE. 


Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Cash in 5 Minutes 
— PUMLEY - 
1010 Yates St. 


67 MERCURY Calient* 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, fully 
powered, 1 owner, low 
mileage. Factory war¬ 
ranty. Immaculate. 

SAVE Hundreds. 

66 PLYMOUTH 4-door se¬ 
dan, big 6, on* owner. 
Reg. $2395. 

SALE .$2085 


1967 

CORTINA GT Tudor ki sea- 
foam green and enly 7,000 
mile* 

Suburban Price 
$2195 


1167 OLDSMOBILE 
Delta 88, luxury power 
equipped. D a* nr« of 
50,000 mile warranty. 
Was $4295 . 


OOOOOOOOOOO 
PETER POLLEN FORD ' 

—"Far People 

Going Places'— 


I PERI CENT 
CONSIGNMENT 

TOP MARKET CASS 
paid tor 
CLEAN CARS 
T-E-L M-A-C 


1966 CHEVROLET Bel 
Air sedan, V4, auto¬ 
matic, radio. Licence 
521805. 

Waa $2695 .$1 


1964 

CORTINA da luxe aedan. 
with automatic and k«s than 
6,000 miles. 

Suburban Price 


T Tima long paat 
■ Common 
gazelle 
• Canadian 
province 
U Molallka 
mammal 
11 HamJrt, for 
Inatanca 
II Annoy 

18 Genuine 

9 •-**'* 

behavior 

9 eu>n.«j tool 
25 Hove aound 
38 Lustre 
U Social Imrct 
11 Proceeding by 
Itepa 


12 Rowing 
impldment 
a At that tima 
II fldetea' 

M Rallaf from 
anxiety 

17 —daya ol 
Chrtatmaa" 

18 Eata away 

J l "-night'' 

l Spread tor 
drying, aa hay 
44 Pair 

47 Tree branch 
48 Half (comb. 

form) 

SO Nothing 
31 Rad (comb, 
form) 


66 DODGE Coronet 4-door. 
6 cylinder, radio. 1 owner 
Reg. $2395. 

SALE .$2065 


EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION 
tor retired alaglaa. c a apto a . MS-M1A 
ROOM AND BOARD FOR 1 MAN. 
ISO a month. ** 9041 

ATTRACTIVE ROOM" CLOSE TO 
University, faraaia atudcnL 471-403 


TRUCK SPECIALS 

67 ECONOUNE Van. 
Low mileage, heavy 
duty package, 240 cu. 
in heavy duty motor, 
extra heavy duty 
tires, can't be told 
from new. 

SPECIAL.$2695 

58 DODGE % ton pick¬ 
up complete with can¬ 
opy, very clean con¬ 
dition, better than 
average condition. 
SPECIAL .$695 


WE BUY 

CARS FOR CASH 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREET 


1967 CAMARO Sports 
V-8, automatic -drive, 
radio. Balance of 
50,000 mil# warranty. 
Uc. 20592. 

Was $5195 . 


DOWN 

1 Punctuation 
marki 

• Spanish 
community 

I Food served at 
one time 

4 Bitter vetch 

5 City ha Iltlnoto 

• Peraon divinely 

Inaptrad 


66 RAMBLER 880 Ambassa¬ 
dor, 6 cylinder, auto¬ 
matic, radio. Reg. $2595. 
SALE .$2295 


121 ROOMS TO RENT 


1966 

ANGLIA 105E Tudnr in pure 1 
white with red vlnyi bucket 
seats, 4-speed. 

Suburban Price 
$1295 


KASH FOR YOUR CAR 
Phone KEN anytime. 
SUBURBAN MOTORS 
3864131 


65 FORD Gahude 500 2-1 
door hardtop* — 2 to 
choose, V-8, full power, 
ratPo, automatic*. Reg, 
$2590. 

SALE .$2395 


100 CARS FOR SALE 


C*SB FOR CARS , ..—- - 

Wa mu on consignment at a aal* I WORKING PERSON OR STUDENT 
to ahare bourn with ynoig family. 
Oh uer month. Jubllea araa. Fh. 


mum charge 

LANGFORD MOTQ1 
79 Goidatraam 

SELLING? CASH OR C 
SEE ARTS CAR SALES 
SIDE AT HARRIET. aSd 
CASH OFFERS 
an all cara, 
Manama, B 

[DATSUN 1-ton pick-up "The w**™ 

»«_a_ ._ui *-4o" ptwrup. r 


Y PREMIUM LUXURY CARS 

EN From Your 

IMPORT CAR SHOW- 
loonea PLACE 

■ 

1967 BUICK SKYLARK 
avertible. f < j 0Qr| hdtop, V8, P/S, P/B, 
custom radio, 3,000 miles. 

1h black 

nd black 1967 ROVER 3 LITRE 

.$2495 4-door Sedan, 14.000 miles, 

white with red leather 
■edan. 6- interior. 

'slon U and 1*7 DODGE MONACO 
Excellent 4-doar Sedan, V8, P/S, P/B, 

.J 2395 radio, ailver grey, 10,000 

miles. 

de luxe 

»m radio. 1966 PLYMOUTH V.I.P 
car war- 2 ~ doar hdto P- 383 cu - *«*•. V8. 
jicncIP/S, P/B, radio. P/windows, 

.. 14,000 miles. 

1966 FORD GAL. 500 
Convertible V8, P/S, P/B, 
radio, canary yellow, 
25.000 miles. 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
750 Broughton 384-1161 


THREE POINT 
MOTORS 


13«aiS4 


64 RAMBLER 550 2-door 
family sedan, 6 cylinder I 
economy, green finish 


1968 

VAUXHALL Viva, a very| 
pampered car in whit* with 
red vinyl trim. 

Suburban Price 
$1495 


DORIC HOTEL, 
Rimma by day, 
I Winter rale*. 


1060 Yates, 384-1144 1 

OOOOOOOOOOO 

OOOOOOOOOOO 


Mercedes-Benz " .. 

cayne, 6 cylinder 

61 CHEVROLET Sports wa- sedan, with radio, 
gon automatic, excellent Licence 48095. 

condition. Good for gen- Was $2495 ..-......$22 

eral purpose, as camper 

or as delivery van ..$1450 HIGH TRADES . . . 

59 190SL MERCEDES Sports CONVENIENT TERMS 
car. Excellent condition 
throughout, radio ..$2950 


—!■ '» H ROOM ACROSS FROM PARK. 

1 - pickup. Pbona 642-8021 Kitchen fadtitiaa. VK Cook. SSM378. 

after 9 p m -— — —.—-- 

HAVE 54 GMC HALF-TON - PLUS 122 ROOMS WANTID 

ca ah, for \ Ton _____ _ _ 

i * \ ~ —a. . a > ■*■.« g ' 1JL WANTED — FURNISHED 2 OR 8 

US TRAILERS# MOBIL! ronmtf downaUlra. V*t ot 3 Warm. 
HOMES, TRAILS* PARKS Quiet, non-drinker. 984-4*45. 

123 CONVAL1SCENT , RSST 
386-3623 3884135 HOMIS, PRIVATE HOSPITALS 

___ __ „ . LOVINO CARE FOR MCOTTER OR 

EAZLIFT HITCHES lather in a am all oilvata re*t homa 
Vo. too—4104.30, Kp 400—MAS. Nn. hi Falrfleld. Cloaa to parltm. Tray 
230—*48 98 Factory approved lnalal «r*lca 34 - hour C » r 

latJon *27.00. Rtaionabl* rata* Call Mr*. Mac* 

tor apoalntmant I8S-S31X_ 

PARTS teCAMPIM ^‘thXK EXPERIENCm LICENSED 
ERS. DtitiibuUE tor man, llnaa. ^ 


63 RENAULT Dauphin# ee- 
d*n. 

SALE AS IS.$395 


19fi5 I 

VOLKSWAGEN de luxe Ini 
deep green, very neat and 
tidy. 

Suburban Price 
$1295 


62 JAGUAR S.8, automatic, 
radio. Reg. $2195. 

SALE .$1995 


NO PAYMENTS 
'TIL LATE 


equipped 


1962 CORVAIR floor shift, 
ideal family car. Reg. 
$1095. 

SALE .$945 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 

01 Yates St. 386-6168 


FEBRUARY 


CARS! ! 


car cooks a™ VALIANT V 200 

new . 51800 sedan, 6 cylinder, 

62 220 MERCEDES 6-cyHn- radio, light tan. 

der sedan, fully recondi- Wae $2295 --— 

tioned and carrying the 1966 CHEVELLE «e» 
six - month or 6000 - mile d „ n ^ Q 6 cylinder, 
warranty we put on all ]i C enc# 1338L ' 
reconditioned ” ' 


NEW! NEW! NEW! 
lift Dodga Plek-llpa 
Long wide box. 

Choice of cagtnaa and tranmtaalan, 
aa low aa 
*2.367 

For a Demo drive call 
MARSHALL MURRAY 
NATIONAL MOTORS LTD 
R3i Yatea SL 3*4-8174 


ALL CARS WINTERIZED 


CARS! 1 


€6 CHEVELLE Sedan, with] 
automatic transmission. 
A very popular 
model ..$2395 


Sx3T ALOHA aa ntw .... 
*-x3i' ROLLOHOMt daan 


No Payments TUI 15th Feb 
Buy Now While Selection 
Is Good 


67 CHEVY Nova .... 

67 CHEVELLE 
wagon V-8 .. 

66 CHEVROLET V-8 


Mercedes] wa» $2495 


vehicles, radio 


63 220S MERCEDES 6-cyl-l g cylinder, 
inder sedan, fully recon-lwaa $2195' 
di tioned .$3400 


Low Priced Cars 
at Huge Reductions 


66 COMET G.T. 


convertible 


ladv or gentleman- Main Door. MS- 

tu.tao 3M0-__ 

li,, w SEMI -PRIVATE AVAILABLB. 
* n ' K0 with reaaonabto rotoa SS7422 

»'.*» LOVELY, PRIVATE. MAIN FLOOR’ 
1 38S-1H4 


1966 aiEV Impels 4- 
door hardtop, auto¬ 
matic, V-8, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio. Low mileage. 
Licence 25387. 

I Was $2995 . 


61 RAMBLER 4-door sedan 
Reg. $1095. 

NOW.$79* 


64 FORD Fairlane 500, 4- 
auto- 


DAVID 

MOTORS 

LTD. 


66 METEOR 

•edan, V-8.*..$2695 

65 PONTIAC, buckets $2495 
65 COMET sedan 6 ....$1495 


THREE POINT MOTORS 
760 Johnson St. 386-9311 


door sedan 
matio transmission and 
power steering. Nice sire 
family car.$1495 


61 CHEVROLET 4-door ™™«; 

automatic, radio, 6 cyl. k. fanned.j78-306s._ 

Reg. $1295. m gmc w-ton pickup. «- 

vmir tinar cylinder, laniard. Trade accepted 

I’U'W ....*LUr3 (.^.acna after 8. 

Cl MORDTH ilatlnn 68 FORD HTON PICKUP, LON : 

bl MUKKIS LWAJ S l a 11 O n box ya, 4-apeed Heavy-duty 
wagon. equipment- 384-9068 event 

NOW ....$333 '51 FORD PICKUP, NEW REBUILT 


.*10,950 j 


125 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM! 
_ TO RENT 

RJTZ APARTMENT HOTEL 
DOWNTOWN 

Near Eaton'a and Salawaya. Cent- 
to ruble, reascnably priced bewse 
keeping rooma and aoltaa by day, 
week or month. Elavalor *ecvV*- 
Por men end ladlea. T1S Fort U. 

tn-ica _ 

AVAILABLE NOW. CLEAR COM- 
rnrtable houwkeeidn* roeotv Everv- 
ihlng aupplied. Suliabla 1 lady. 22 0 
Reiman* Avm. (40 par month. »*■ 

E9L _ . 

SCOTT APARTMENTS 
Extra-larga LHK rooma for mlodla- 
- elderly tanantA Ha* and 

- --- - eahlevtxinB 

_ ly. S83 132L 

COMFORTABLE. QUIET, 
f kttchena. DnwWo~n 
... Davcnahlra Hrnaa. IS 
I85-S139 ___ 

ROUSEXEEPmr;. 

• every 


CLEARANCE PRICES 


HORWOOD BROS. 


63 VOLKSWAGEN 9-passen¬ 
ger de luxe bus. Looks 
and runs like new $1695 

62 VOUCSWAGEN, d« luxe 
model, ruby red, with 
whit# vinyl interior and 
custom radio _.-$995 


65 PONTIAC wagon ...$1995 
65 RAMBLER Classic $1695 
64 MERCURY sedan ..$1795 
64 METEOR, buckets .$1695 

64 FORD G 500 .$1695; 

63 PONTIAC sedan ....$1395 

63 PLYMOUTH 

wagon .$1495 

62 T-BIRD .$1995 


1965 CHEVROLET Bel 
Air sedan, 6. auto¬ 
matic. Licence 67093. 
Was $2295 .. 


ST AUSTIN 1800. very amort, one 
owner car ..*ZM 


only 7.000 ml lex. 5-year 

ficL-ry "mirarty _—-IMS 

64 ACADIAN a door Sedan. 

6-rvL auto. .*1495 

81 AUSTIN Cambridge Sedan. 

excellent condition .*1798 

84 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4-doar Sedan. 
....-- eu^m radio_*1745 


motor, naw tranamlaaton and atlck 
shi ft. 8*50 or beM offer. 478-1863 

19*4 CM PICKUP, 4 SPEED. POSI i 
trarliun. atom. atep, exrrtltn*. 

$777 » im B65W1 _ 

‘68 \ GMC: '63 to CHEVROLET;; 
r 6 '64 Chevrolet to. Lea Blow, 2940 
Douglas. SS4-7843. __ 

•T77 10M FORD 3-TON, STEEL FLAT- 
dork. 161X1. 1938 Merrurv to-lon 

non . Bin John SL P h. S63 T 37I. 
auto " half DOZEN 4 "wheel DRIVE 
■leepa. All pneea from *J75 Up. 
VICTORIA JEEP 47S4233 


VANGUARD 


MAKE US AN OFFER 


CAMPERS — TRAILERS 
CANOPY TOPS 

Exrlualvt Factory RepraaenUtlvaa 
For Lower Vancouver latauad. 


automatic cuikim radio_*1743 

*4 CORVAIR 700 Sadan. atodmatlc. 

radio, 1 owner .. . 

63 VOLKSWAGEN 1308, , 
nvdei in good condltk 
63 FORD Falcon cualum 

wagon. 

63 ENVOY de liwa aadan. 

1 owner . *795 - 

* " Con f prl - Licence 42866. 

)n!e. V-b automatic, power aleer* 

Inc, power brakaa 

WAS IIT93.NOW *1495 

61 AUSTIN A-IB Sadan. arooom" «l 
transportation **“ 

39 VOLKSWAGEN Da Luxe 


69 VOLKSWAGEN de luxe 
model. An excellent low 
priced family car ..$795 
68 PONTIAC, V-8 motor 
with automatic transmis¬ 
sion. Runs well.$575 

See These and Many More 
Year End Bargains 
Under The Sign of 
The Revolving Volkswagen 

SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 


Buy Dtrfct at Factory Prices 
— low down payment — 

— EANK FlNA.Na.NG - 

BUILD 

CAMPER, TRAILER. CANOPY 1 
TOP OR TENT TRAILER 
r«rt« and Plana Stockrd 
■ BUMPERS AND APPLIANCES 
INSTALLED - 
Sea Our Dtaplay 


«» 1965 CORVAIR 500 2- 
.nisjIdooeT 3-speed, radio, 
green with black top. 


aerd or 
cold water, s 
ail rooma *9 

CLEAN. . 

Community 
location. I 
Fort - 

F IF RNI SHED -- 

dlahei. laundered _llben. 
week. Cloae-ln. *40. Genlleman. SSQ. 

4M6____ _ 

SUITABLE OLDER WOMAN. ALL 
2*53 Queanel between Market and utlllllea *50 Pandora. Xmmadiaia 

Topaz. 1 block rail of Douglai. orrupaney 3S3-76SI _ 

fToOM, " SEMI PRIVATE B A T H- 
room. buainear or aeml-rrlu cd 

CenllemaA 985- 64SI __ 

COMEORTABLE BACHELOR UNIT, 

I automatic heat, waler, gai. aeparata 
entranr*- Me n, titit Quaana _ 

*70 ALL UTTLITIES. , GROUND 
floor. 1 room* and kltf+iaoetla. 
..*398 ('r eplace. Jamea Bay- 188 8417. _ 

. JB7S VICTORIA WEST CI OSE TO BUS, 
clean quiet aU tSUltiea. tody only. 

.*!.» 3S2-6344. _ 

*1 888 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING RCX3M. 

all found. 1TS7 Johnson __ 

•*'•2 NICELY FURNISHED BEDSIT- 
-* 1 .® 5 tin* coorn *66._*8M94S._ 

ROOM. FURNISHED. TOR GENT. 
*1.099 B5 all found *83-0739.__ 


6-MONTH GUARANTEE 


59 CHEVROLET 6, 
matic, radio. 

NOW. 

59 VAUXHALL Victor. 
NOW . 

59 VAUXHALL Victor 
station wagon. 

NOW.*. 


62 BUICK sedan 


IN WRITING 


62 PONTIAC Tudor 


palm 4-door hardtop,. 
V-8, automatic, dowry 
steering, radio. Li¬ 
cence 41744. 

Was $2595 . 


1966 CHEV PICKUP FOR SALE 
- 164-5367. _ 

E GMC to-TON PICKUP MUST 
he aeen to he appreciated. 8S4-V114. 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
VOLVO — DATSUN 

Sales and Service 
1101 Yates St. 


I Austin —MG 
Rolls Royce — Citroen 

810 Johnson 


SUBURBAN 

COUGAR 

COUNTRY 

386-6131 


107 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 


385-1451' 


386-6168 


671 Yates 


385-24151 


58 PLYMOUTH 2-door hard¬ 
top, 6 cylinder, radio, 
very clean.$495 


BONDED SALESMEN 
OPEN 
EVENINGS 
SAVE NOW AT BIG 
CLEARANCE PRICE 
CUTS! 


New Wheels 


'57 FORD VS STD., DUALS, 
radio, new paint. A-l Urta and 
upht.latety. *315 or b«* otrer. 477 

4451 


BURNSIDE TEXACO 
1963 FORD EconuUiM window 

van ......... 1 

19*2 FAntLANE 8 automatic . - 
1963 PLYMOUTH 4 automatic. 

radio _ 

Your Vaiki 


SEAGULL CAMPER3 AND 

'j'pi II pDO 

Dtvlakm of Dominion Motors Lid. 


<Ctev. Reg.) 

Other maxes and itics In stock. 

Used 13. 14, 15 

Wheels In itock. 

WESTERN OK TIRE 
STORE 

2968 Douglas St. 

(Vi bik. south of Mayfair) 


SAUNDERS ft HITCHMAN 


58 VAUXHALL Victor. 
NOW .. 

58 BUICK convertible. 
NOW. 


SPECIAL CLEARANCE 


K LOW BOY, aleei 
ASTRONAUT and 

canopy . 

GEM TOP canopy, flta short 

udde box. __— 

68 SEAGULL camper for 
DATSUN . 

64 9' CAVEMAN cam par, 

complete .. 

67 W ARISTOCRAT, alaepa 

I, like new . 

St F LU Moose . 

TRAILERS 

IT ARISTOTRAT. sleep. 4 . 
:3to' SEAGULL, aleepa 4 .. 

1813 Douglas 


iTSUN 


chroma wheels. Jsoul 
Specialist firm. 3(0-4156. J 

__'51 CHEV 3-DOOR, ( AUTO-1 

1947 FORD CONVERTIBLE, OLDS matic. well equipped, excellent I 
powered. laxy ram, 4 twoa on condition, *400. 47H-6651. 

IlMelbrnck. Parted, poltihed heads 

mad Chrome. Standard Irani, tach , 
in a u Mw bum pari, whlta nauaahyde 
radio, upholitery, *475. 38S-I61I. _ 

power steering. Really ism pontlat. v-a, automatic, 

-u. rt-iQr new traaimlaalan and paint. *«B 0 : 

nice conation. -$1195 1955 Pontiac 3-*xjr hardtop. VS, 

stick, *395; 1967 Acadian Moor aiko- 

VOLKSWAGEN Window n “ tir r* 1110 ' S Q0 ° m"**. is.aao 

... new TVR priced to clear 

van, converted to camp- milliard auto services ltd 

3*3-7811 or 477 8715 


USED CARS 


START 1968 RIGHT 
VISIT US FIRST 


SggggBffgRR £F a CAn 

irS? ba H 1 ^°i-i J c^d 1 ti N crii4r4 S roon. Licence 17272. 

!®£__Wa* $1995 .1 

M PONTIAC SEDAN WITH RADIO 

mi SSSSi Q "* P ‘^ n,po ' 1, ""° 1965 OLDSMOBILE F85 

TOR MECHANICS OH DUNE 

BiUgy. VoLkJrvfc^gM. bnl trfftr. 183 pfAVer SlPfnrjJ, T&uJO. 

!!Hi_ Licence 20569. 

1963 VAUXHALL WAGON, *195: Wa« S'?595 J 

1958 Austin AM *398. Both cara A-l * .*. 

- --—-—- 1964 PONTIAC Parisi- 

1958 PONTIAC SEDAN. GOOD . ,_ 

condition, si 50 or bert offer. *a erne 4-door ham top, 

4 81 . ,, _ V-8, automatic, power 

■67 DATSUN 4-SPEKD. 4 DOOR Rtppmno Txvwer hraked 
aedan. Cheap, tut Quadra or 479- sieenng, power uraKCB, 

NH 2 ._ radio. 

1962 PARISIENNE HARDTOP. Was $2095 _: 

Immaculate. Finance. If heeded, 384 

_ 1963 OLDSMOBILE 

f* S?; Dynamic 88 aedan, 

__automatic, power 

, any stetrim, power 
t ' rm ’ brakes, Lfc. 64770. 
SIEe. Was $2195 . 

price 

__ 1964 METEOR station 

so r *A wagon, V-8, automatic, 
power iteerinng, power 
i- door, brakes, radio, 
clean Wm J 2295 . 

1964 OLDS F85 de iuite 
aedan, V-8, automatic, 
auto- power steering, power 
curtom brakes 

&T5k Was $2295 . 


m PONTIAC Hardtop 

63 A^StSP 0 S50 Kill * 7 ** 

_ Reg. *860 Try *699 

« I“ONTIAC V-* Lauren I 
Reg. *960 Try *699 

M BUlCX Hardtop 

Reg. *950 Try *598 

MOLTiS. AT. 4 Dr . 

Reg *750 Try *499 

•3 I’EUCEOT Sedan 

Reg. *560 Try *395 

58 STUCK Champion 
_ Re*. *650 Try (19S 

r PONTIAC «Dr. FOR SALE OR 

Reg. *450 Tty *24* Monaco. 382 cu. in 

M CHEV 4-Dr. stick shift. 17.000 n 

Reg. *500 Try (IBS trade far property. 


OUR NEW LOCATION 
3150 Blanshard Street 
Your Car's ''Heart" Is tha 

BATTERY 

r a strenj, sura atari retry tima 
GET an ' ACME 1 ' 

LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 
Delivered and Installed 

FRAN OS BATTERY ft 
TIRES LTD. 

Retreading Specialists 
*83-7031 


PUMLEY 


121 APARTMINTS TO RENT 

furnished 


385-5012 


cr, professional workman¬ 


ship ...$995 

60 VALIANT V200, 4 - door 
automatic, 1 owner, white 
with red upholstery $1090 


TOR VICTORIA'S 

FINEST _ 

FURNISHED SUIT* 

Call 

THE SIMCOES 

|4<k450 Slmcoa _ 

COLL1NGWOOD COURT 
975 FAIRFIELD RD. 

3 -bed room suite, cablevlaon. colored 
plumbing, free laundry faculties, no 
children or pets *1*0. Available Jan. 


1966 - 19-FT TftAVELAIRE 

Fully eelf-conlalned 
Liks new. *31011. 


'65 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE 
LIKE NEW 


388-9801 


PURVIS — FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 
05 Quadra St. 382-3522 


67 FORD 2-door hardtop, 
power steering, euto-| 
matic, V-8, radio. Very 
cfean .$796 


PRESSURE GAUGE 


1164 PONTAIC LAURENTtAN, V-*. 
automatic, power steering, radio 
and rear seat speaker, new battery 3Ba 
and mufflar. Excel lent condlUoo. 

L 8 !*”'_ rSuo,* . 

It FALCON AUTOMATIC: '65 MOR- »95- 386-7282 after 5. 

rla; '64 Cbevrtla wagon; 'M Valiant; . . nv ._-cc-mMrv~ 

61 Ford; 'SI VauxhaLL S, K o “> ND f 

Motorcyclea or ears In trada. ogera considered. ( 
Lea Blow, 2940 Douglas, 384-7843. I>lira _ 

$395 STN. WAGON. '63 IMFALA. 327 V- ' 

8 aulo. P.S., P.t>„ all cx4>d.. r * d Interior and 

healer, radio, tinted glass, pwt. *™ M3-9B33 
ix-H.r winnow, periecL 1-n. 386-anu. ]M0 ENVO Y, ECO 

Private. _ j n cood: 

1967 BARACUDA. 3-DOOR HARD- _ 

top, V-8 automatic, bucket ifata, k mertiiry mf 

^rnav^nta^^' 


COWICHAN 
Camped — Canople* 

■ l tOW - BOYS 1 ' 

.TANDARO AND OWTOMUHTTS 
BY EXPERIENCED CRAFTSMEN 
3109 Glen Lake Row! 

I TS 29a 7-day weak. 478-2608 

FENNELL'S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 

PARTS - PROPANE - REPAIRS 
6159 Pat Ray Hw>. 853-2311 

Mua-m 1M; Sat. El: Eun. 12-3 


59 HUMBER sedan, auto¬ 
matic, a quahty car $595 

57 PREFECT Station 
Solve your p a i 
problems 


5 AUSTINS — 1953-1961 
from $195 to $495 or offers. 


SAUNDERS ft HITCHMAN 
Sales and Service Ltd. 
2040 Cadboro Bay Road 
383-7111-3 


74 FT. TRAVKLLAIR 
« only to dear, winter prices 

COASTLINE TRAILER CENTRE 


1964 

MERCEDES BENZ 
190 Sedan 

NOW SACRIFICED 
AT ONLY $1995 
(Check and compare this 
car and price anywhere) 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
1 750 Brougtrtcn 384-1161 


Il-N-D-E-R-S-K-DWt 
•49 FORT — 385-5441 
OPEN EVENINGS 


642 Burnside Rd. 


A REAL TIME TO 
SAVE 

ON A QUALITY USED 


i evenings. 


65 CHEV V-a, Wagon .*3496 

K3 METEOR. VJ, Wagon .*1505 

66 BUICK Elevtra, 225, 8,400 miles. 

-— - -- 478-4231 

i-. _ — VOLKSWAGEN CAMFER. COM- 

1161 PONTIAC CUSTOM SPORTS D ^ u . u<mnu on whaala. SgS-7033. 

--~-wer brakes and --——— -— - 

shape. Trade* at- *58 BUICK, EXCELLENT CONDI 
^ 2021 . tlon. COO. 3*5-4806 after 5. 

'‘A" ROADSTER '54 CHEV. GOOD SHAPE. MOV 
pickup show car. 478-3156 between 5- tng to U 8 .A 477-48*1. 

“■ * 2 ' 000 flrm - 478 -““ 195f CHEV 3-DOOR SEDAN. V- 8 . 
between 5-T. _ _ _ aUndard. Offers. Bob. 386-4128. 

— n- “ ~ . 1957 NIAGARA 801 METEOR V- 8 , ... purrEcr liHir MILEAGE 

•*l CTO HARDTOP, *•. TRt AUTOMATIC. RADIO, *175. NO “ ifieV ^6 

4-ap*ed. hmdery, will trada REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. v *g - «° 0d C ° ndltl0P - 

7M-3M8 bet w een 67 p.m. _ plt raRVEY *88-9709. 1983 VOLKSWAGEN. 8793 PHONE 

1956 VOLKSWAGEN, EXCELLENT 195 a FORD V- 6 , STANDARD <n '* CT ___ 

mechanical ly, naw paint *475. 8 * 6 - lruumM „n, good conrtUoi. car ta- 1M4 PONTIAC LAURENTIAN 

*5;____ dlo and wow Urea, Offer* 183 9410 beat offer. 382- gg6 after 8 . _ 

3968 DODGE 2 DOOR HARDTOP, V- * __ 1958 CHEV, V- 8 . STANDARD. *375 

8 . MOO or neareat oHer. 386-7469. « METEOR. V- 8 , STANDARD, RA- __ 

1951 PONTIAC FOR SALE. BEST haadrerta Very good rixidillon. REPOSSESSED CARR, REASON 
offer. 388-7786 *#*> °r maeaat offer. 882-4965 able, termi available . 388-18 34._ 

3958 CHEV BELAIH. RADIO AND 1*8 VOLKSWAGEN t!AR 8373 ® COMPACT CAR. SKIX OUTHIGH1 

healer. *125 383-8744 evening beat offer. Ph- Duncan, 1468649. or consider Irade. *88-7733. 

•M RAMBLER AMERICAN, A-l ~'53 tOLLMAN- EXCELLENT. 99 METROPOLITAN GOOD CONDI 


59 PLYMOUTH. I CYLINDER, 
standard, good running order. 477 
3Uia after 5. _ 

64 OLDS CUT CONV . AUTO, 
consol, bncket seats. PS.. P.B., 

power window* OAar* 3B8S05. 

1963 CHEVKUE CONVERT. UA 
llbu. V -8 automatic. 33.ono mile* 
*2,4011 or beat oHar. 477-317* 

17 FORD GALAXIE *» STICK, 
chrome whaala, lift suspension. 


'51 AUSTIN A*. I CYLINDER 
479-2089 


'63 BUICK LE SABRE. 2-DOOR VICTORIA JEEP 

hatdP.p, . .* ** *"* 1 

656-340 

-—--- convertible. 

IMS RIVIERA, FULLY EQUIPPED, iteerinrt, ■ 

In excetient condition. 82,501 e«*ed. P. i 

1,11,111 _ 1930 MOt 


108 AUTO REPAIRS. 
SERVICE. TOWING 


MORRISON 

CHEVROLET 

OLSMGBILE 


DATSUN 2000 "The-more- 
toi-your-mcmey sports car ” 
150 h.p., 5^peed transmis¬ 
sion, 

lull price $3495. 


- 1 J I repair* body work and painting al Highway Na 1 and MUlatraara Rd. *|) 

radio, rat* equipped Morrlaon Chevrolet Oldamohlle Ltd.. 47 8a»q^_ _ — 

306U Douglas at F7nlay.un_ MOBILE HOME. 1 BEDROOMS. K 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMTStUON baauUfully altuated with View.— 
aperlallBl. Cadboro VIHIage 88 Privacy, garden and Da tin 87.U0 l-l 
Service. 3845 Cadboro Bay Rd. 477- coah. 4 78- Iu.o. »d 

1523 __ tr CAhfPHR, SLEEPS 4. FULLY Nf 

TRANS WILL AUTOMATIC TRANS- equipped. Propane heat. Inoulated. 
mlailon apeclaltita. 1R4 2R51 Rebuilt Also camper jack* *6«1. *88-6740. , , 

auto tcanamluluna from 669 95: tuna 

upi horn. *11 95. } T7R SALK IMS AL^KAN * FT 

------ camper, excellent condition. Dlui 

FOR EXPERT VOLKSWAGEN RE new furnace. 479-JH1. 

S! r «S* 1 ,T 8 'SS,S.iriS" ,«-» wr.TRjULE._a 6 a a 

- —----—— - - — I with porch, furnlahad. 478-3810. al 

« HONDA SPORTS COUPE, LOW BRITISH AND EUROPEAN ■ ■■■ _ JL1J ■ - ± „ I LI — ft 

mileage, new coixIIUoil 184-2969 a ipeclallty. Hilliard Auto Service.18 MONTHS OLD, 13X80 VANDYKE, 
after A 1950 Blanchard IS* 7871 or IR4-&5RT . 1 fully equipped. *10.500. 471-4845 | - 


Yale St-_ 

1957 PONTIAC SEDAN. N 
work on tranamtaalon. Brian. 
1211. 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
1101 Yatra St. 386-6: 


3050 DOUGLAS ST. 
OPPOSITE MAYFAIR 
385-5777 


'41 PLYMOUTH. *35 

384-5718_ 

'88 COMET HARDfTOP, 6 SPEED 
Offer* or trada. 47 8-3439 - _ 

:988'FORD, _ nOC OR OFFERS. 
184 0M 



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WELCOME.TD THE INSTITUTE/ / 
SNAKE-EYE I MAY YOUR SW, 

PlEASAKT ONEU/^^luSj 

i IcrimInaC 

.11/ fJ f ^PeTOITION 


Lop* led In 
town anarl 


KNOW YOUR MARKET VALUE 
Gall MR. HOLDEN — graduate 
appralaer and realtor tor LEACH A 


ALSO 


room for 


thing rea 
per year, 
agencies. 

I’leasure 

Increased 


enjoy* the Beautiful view over 
Cadboro Bay. Handy to *hops and 
the University, the accent la <» 
Quality construction and fine detail 


Clean slock. Excellent 
8 o m • t T> I n g different 
to operate. Buatneaa 
every year. No phone 


Ca radian mill*. Well known In 
Eastern Csmrta arid mid- 
Western markets Age 38. Also 
Intereeted In partnership 
arrangement or ahare equity 


22 lattll tfolmitfl Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5 <Ji 

129 APARTMENTS TO RENT 12t APARTMENTS TO RENT U 
UNFURNISHED UNFURNISHED 

BROWN BROS AGBNCIES LTD. FTKIFMONT B 

(130—ROYAL COMMCgORE APT5 

715 Vancouver S Lovely 2- VILLA 1. 

^'"to^W^^leni « *"*< £ 

w 


BROWN BROS. AGBNCIES LTD. 

OJO—ROYAL COMMODORE APTS 
T1S Vanoouver SL Lovely 2- 
bedroom suite. Walking dis¬ 
tance to town. Excellent 
Stopping Also 1-bedroom lulte 
at *110' Resident manager. 

(US—CARLYLE APTS. 230 Oswego 
Street- Spacious 1 -bed room 
aulte. Conveniently located 
between Parliament Building* 
and Danas waterfront Rert- 

ClO-GLENWSoP* APTS. 206 Oa- 
we go St Spacious 1-bedroom 
tulle Only 3 Mocks from 
Dallas waterfront Brand new 
building — every modem 
oonvemeoee. Reaitont mana- 

| «S-P*A R K BOULEVARD. MM 
Park Bled. Spacious badielor 
suite hcrderliw Beacon Hill 
Park. Excellent ahoppmg and 
trasnportaUcn. Reaident man 


NOW 

COMPLETED 

Opposite Beacon Hill Park 

SEVERAL 

DESIRABLE SUITES 
STILL AVAILABLE 
2 Bedroom Suite* 
From Sl« 

1 or 2 Bathroom* 

1 Bedroom Suites 
From C2t 

RESIDENT MANAGER 
Complete Information from 


wwxmmwwwmmw, 
employing- me latest progressive 
methops. to hasten wr eventual 
rehabilitation and your return 

TO SOCIETY AS A USEFUL AND. 
PRODUCTIVE MEMBER THEREOF I 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


J. H. 

WHOT OME 
k CO. LIMITED 


Vtctoru-Dunaui-ChamalniM 
706 FORT STREET 


OPEN HOUSE 
2072 TOWN LEY 
ONLY $14,900 


HOUSES FOR SALS 


J. H. 

WHOT OME 
k CO. LIMITED 


Vletrla-Dunean-Chemalnus 
7M FORT STREET 


RUSTIC CHARM 


_ vnumao Ml P- BROWN * SONS LTD. 

1 ZZF *WE * ™ “ ■®- s “ 

bachelor suit* _ bordering . 

Bcifon Hill Psi^ T*ifl ruffivTiR 1 poiutt 

<£«, k “"" 1 W^ERTOWr" 

t 9B-MW 5J5SK' Av*. 1-bedroom GARDEN APARTMENTS 

* plus den. Laundry farlBtte* All suite* have a view. 

Parking One child welcome. Eilat* surrounding*. 

-Hewtand hot water Included. Boating .dock. 

___ Tv. , rw-rt——* anvil me Two and J-bed room units— 
Can Rental Departmerk anytime FAMILY OR ADULT 


137 HALLS, WAREHOUSES, 144 REVENUl PROPERTY 
STORES, OFFICES TO RENT - 

na UlauTrn ROCKLAND 

UK WANItU LUXURY HOME AND IN COME 

orrrra rw ■ nrrroao oai, 4 SUITES 


SUITE OF 3 OFFICES, 91* Gov¬ 
ernment St, uratelra, rent *95; 
large corner alore and office*. 1,200 
•q- ft, 580 Broughton SL, Rant *150. 
B C, Lend and Inaurance Agencies 
Ltd. 

122 Government 9L 

388-5555 anytime _ 

22* MENZIES ST 


E& MTSi 4 EPWB 5S- SS - 

_NO PETS Swtnerfnn. Stewart Clark, Ltd. 


NORTH WEST TRUST 
HIGH RISE COMPLEX 
NEAR DOWNTOWN 


ROYAL REEF APTS. 1Q00 sq. ft, office, new 

640 Dallas Road building, ampl# parking, profei- 

_ , , , „ . . , alonal or wholesale outlet UTS per 

Spaclou* bachelor wlte. 1 and 2- month, 2T Cadillac. Apply Alcoat 

bedroom mite*, beautiful sea view, qi™, -n caillllar after Sum 

New building, elevator. Resident jJjSrcn 27 c " ll “ c> ““ r * p m 

Mr- 3853839 or <TT-2S5S, 177-2411. ™ _ 


Rental A<mj 


"CHARTER HOUSE" 


Located In the prime part 
of Vletorl*. we are pleased 
to offer one of our (lately 
home* which ha* been con¬ 
verted Into I deilrabla 
aulte* Showing an annual 
gro** Income of 18.71X1. Thl* 
building ha* been main¬ 
tained In an excellent aisle 
of repair and ehoi-Jd have 
only minor upkeep charge* 
for aoma time to oome. Ex¬ 
cellent view*. Offered et 
full price of **6.000. Cell 
Jack Mean, *86472* or 
res S85-1768 MEARS * 
WHYTE OAK BAY REALTY 
LTn aty Office, 737 Fort 
Street 


435 Michigan 


VANCOUVER VILLA 


384-89231 no Vancouver, corner CoUlnson. 1- 


(Studio available) 

Some 2 bedroom* 
end of Dec. 

— and — 

"REGENT TOWERS" 

415 Michigan 38543216 
(1-bedrooms available) 
(Studios available) 

• • a 

Tenant* fully screened 
No pets 
No children 


GOODACRE TOWERS village, Fair held or Gorge. *70. 5 £5 

ISO and M0 DOUGLAS STREET **«;_ 

. .. ._,_YOUNG COUPLE URGENTLY 


bedroom, *125. New da luxe block, 
ail modern convenience*, elevator, 
roof lounge, cable TV. 382-T20S or 
382-3308. GAO Holding* 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 

Modern 2-bedroom atilt** and * 
bedroom town houia* 

Children Welcome No pat* 

Phone sum 


141 MORTGAGI LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 

NO BONUS 
HOME EQUITY 
LOANS 


—SOLD— 

MAYFAIR - TRIPLEX 
NEVER A VACANCY 

Older three suite* Building In good 
condition. Rewired, copper plumb¬ 
ing. new electric hot water tank* 


14S BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 

LADIES HIGH FASHION 
UNREPEATABLE 
OPPORTUNITY 

It would be the undrrstatemert of 
all lima to **y “better than 
l.verage earning*'. THIS WELL 
LOCATED DRESS AND ACCES¬ 
SORY STORE IN HIGH TRAFFIC 
COUNT AREA SHOWS ‘TRULY 

SnfflUWWBB* ON 
INVESTMENT AFTER ALL EX¬ 
PENSES. Lilted at *49.000 Plu*l 
■tack at Invoice and may Interest 
chain eeeldng another outlet or I* a 
prlreteaa opportunity for the Indi¬ 
vidual Sorry no phone Information 
but fulleit cooperation principals 
only at Interview. 

BILL TYSON j 

I H WHttome A Co. Ltd. 

708 Fort St, 18*4271 


146 BUSINESS OPPORTUNE ISO 
TIES WANTED - 

APARTMENTS, HOTEL- 
MOTEL REQUIRED 

\-Hsv* a client with *50.0004*0.000 
rash down payment, wishes to 
porch*** 12-35 SUITE APART¬ 
MENT, prefer central location 
or near to Mapping centra. 


B—Have another client wllHng to 
Invest up to *100.000 down 

ABES?. T' K h Delightful 3-bedroom family 

35S. ’SS £ S^°SSS. - D - •-home—high view location- OTcWPlnWT-iS ~ 

city tocauon sundeck— largo rumpua room bmztl 

If you have Midi * property LANSDOWNE with fireplace—built-in range • * • • 

BT M0UNT TOLMlE _ oven CADBORO BAY 

office *4-8326. A lovely starter or retirement home, and yOUT* for $22,750 With Undacoed l-badroom 

Ho lme* Ltd. only 10 year* old. Cosy lMn* room gg, , interest Phone home, living room with ftrepUre 

1002 Government Strert has fireplace. Twln-slx* bedroom* 0 » l * 1 ceni uucini. riwuc Dining roan. Secluded cement 

Victoria, B.C. Famlly-*lza kitchen. Drive-ln garag* BJJJ Palfrey Or BrUC* Mcllroy natla Tbl* 1* prime troperty C»i 

j ■ ■" 1 _'■ ___— and sfmoat new furnace, iatuatad . , _ . tranroartatlOT a Ml cloaa to achoolt 

14P LISTINGS WANTED no a well landscaped lot with a for prior Viewing. ROUTE. Mmoa. Omar transferred 

---- high view. Close to echoola, bus, nouela* or Quadra to Asking *18.980. Mortgage 7 per 

YOU NEED AN EXPERT? — ASKING 116,150 R^r., iLter. Oe.terte. $2?* BM7WNSr*«M». 


HOUSES FOR SALI 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES LTD. 

32M DOUGLAS STREET 
3*6-77*1 

M - HOUR SERVICE 


r-ixn v cis non tnakie the Am lie tin te and doae to 

ONLY BM.HUU irtiool, Mnpa end bm the 33x02 ft. 

Mng rocen radiate* hoepkailty 
Tim*. Jan. 3 ‘Ul Sat Jan. * with It* Large atone fireplace and 
Open 1:10-4:40 tun open beam ceiling. The dining room 

. la famEy Maad and the Mepaaver 
The dearest 2-b*dnx»o retirement W bidfl-Ai traaktoat nook, 

home in Oak Bay Comfortable liv- stAAftT! UUlMy room rlME ofl the 
Ing room with fireplace Convenient Icilrhen, B ampia Maa hednnme and 
kitchen with Move and fridge In- vanity h ad hr o ta n. fipadoue family 
eluded — aeparata sunny dinette room which requires some flntahing. 
lSx*U utility room. Sparkling OOM he* ah- heat A Bond fiamlly 
throughout. Warning: Bring y«ir ham* priced el *17.800 with good 
slippers yoa'll want to May or for term* CEU BRUCE McU-ROY at 
advance viewing o ■ U JOYCE ML 
MILLER or JACK MAYBDS at 

38*-*27L .... 


OPEN HOUSE 
1:30-4:30 P.M. 
SAT.. 6th JAN. 
4126 LARK ROAD 


ESQUIMALT 
ALL THIS FOR $14,9001 

Upstairs — 4 bedroom* and 3-pce. 
bathroom. Main floor — 15x13 
living room, family kitchen with 
pantry. Separata utility plus extra 
ntunihtng. also extra bedroom or 
den. No basement, but plenty <i 
stomge. OOM In the crawl mart. 


HANDY MAN? 

BE YOUR OWN BOSS 


ASKING $16,350 


„„ Call LOU BLOOMFIELD. 388294 

no pa.» Property value* hava Increased or *82-8538 te* Mayt*lr Realty Ltd. 
_ over the pa*t two year* You may 


new furnace. Good revenue. A rteal , ¥0U to evaluate your "home without * ' . . tfOLATTI 

&<£!# oT, i3"«£°S SS"S ,"SSR VflSHK cale pjjylus wheidon '-" k - 38Mm 


DE LUXE 14TH FLOOR OCEAN I*'*' 1 * h*™" 1 ,"* . *!? SJEP I LSAY5.5^5-^tor additional building* 

n> bedroom suite he- re*g. ESfi I unaware of a lowing you the ^tvl- ERTY FOR SALK, PLEASE. CALL|_rully modemlaed thn 


3-ROOM SUITE. GAS RANGE, homi doe* not have to he paid for. 
utilities lnnuded. *8Q JAatXB. 1330 

Glad*t»M Ave. HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES 

,- --- - OF OUR 


; against your LOU BLOOMFIELD, 396-2855 AS I 
eat of all your HAVE BUYERS WATTING, 
to be paid for. MAYFAIR REALTY LTD 


130 APARTMENTS WANTED 


partly fumlihed 5-room Mills up- 
■tair* Quiet warm. Oak Bay 
Vlllag*. Fairfield or Gorge. (70. 385- 


LOW PAYMENTS 


13 DE LUXE SUITES 
PANORAMIC VIEWS 


with two store, tone rented) on ■■ >* 
high traffic count road In ia*t eerrtce and remit*, contact 
growing rotarh , t wn.T. TYSON 

—Large black topped lot with mars _ “T~ \ , 

forsdditionai building* One of the top twelve 

-Fully modernised threa bedroom gaJesmen in Victoria 
-EXTREMELY active REPAIR Otua Realtor of the year conteit) 
SHOP HANDLING CYCLES. J. H. WMItome ft Co Ltd. 
MOWERS AND ALL APPLI- 70* Fort St , 388-1271 

ANCES DEALERSHIPS IN NEW----- 

APPLIANCES ALSO AVAILABLE 
—At Hat price of «how* SELLING SOON? 


Directly oppmlte Loonier* 
Lake In beautiful Beacon 
Hill Park. Just a few min¬ 
uter walk from the heart of 
the dty'e burine** area. 

One-bedroom lultn (choice 

of throe plan*). All the cua- 
tomary amenltle* of hignrlaa 
living- 

One only 2-bedroom aulte 
available tor I m m e d 1 ata 
occupancy. Ctoe cnly ftudlo 
available Jan. L 

Phone 38SEU1 for enqulriea. 


THE STMCOES 

tTILL OFFER THE FTNEST 
HIGH-RISE FACILITIES 
IN VICTORIA 

CXJMPARE 

DAILY VIEWING M 
EVENING BY 
APPOINTMENT 
*853111 

THE SIMCOES 
440 - 450 SEMCOE ST. 


Loan 

Loweat 

Average 

Amount 

Payment* 

Payment* 

*2,000 

*17.25 

*23 60 

3.000 

25.75 

35.50 

4,000 

34.50 

47.00 

5.000 

43 m 

59 00 

6.000 

51.50 

71.00 

10,000 

85.73 

118.00 


jib oean at uiw uuwir ■ --—■ — ~ - .. 

oent core, thl* ea*Uy l end b.leace mj agreemeitt 


13 truly ipacloui, ovenlzed rnltea; 
aom* with th* original tenant* 


BILL TYSON 


SELLING SOON? 


appraiser and realtor I 

SPARKS LTD., tor 


Moat aulte. oiler tenant* panoramic J. H WMttomg A Co- IM.. 7m Fort I Induction . " »d dleffMlMl of ywb 


Offiea M5-71B It Rea *8Md*i .... SEAVTEW SIDNEY 

_D p u.__ _ OPEN HOUSE An exceptional 3-bedroom, 

Saturday 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. 2-year-old family home, 

cn**nirtmD xyi-mxtn CATALINA TCE. located on a large lot with 

CHARACTER HOME „ . _ 

ATHLONE WOODS TOO! —Main™ *i y»n !*»>• extrn blacktop parking. Hot- 
A i riLAJiN £, wLAJua, i\Aji m^nffloent ^.vtew*. water heating. Very «pa- 

Only a five minute drive to the -4 bedroom*, IVk haUirocme_ 

Clly 1 You could live otl the main —WeB-tn-weil aarpet to LR-DR and CIOUS entertaining area* — 

floor only. But there I* a bedroom 3 br* mnenlficent sea views and 

upetaln. • roc. room In a full -Large Utrtun w4*h biggin rai«a “ K ‘ l . , . 

basement. Automatic oil heat —immediate occupancy just a few ghort yards to a 

Broge^And, oh, what a baautlfu) eg 7H per dint. Prto* beach. TMj 1* in- 

PRICE: $19,500 -un* down pa ymen t, or taka trad* deed an exceptional horns 


SEAVIEW SIDNEY 
An exceptional 3-bedroom, 
2-year-old family home, 
located on a large lot with 
extra blacktop parking. Hot- 
water heating. Very «pa- 


ma*nffl<*nt aeavtew*. water heating. Very tpa- 

^ou nv ^ui , J ,, lK; «i clou* entertaining area. - 

*T a B £c th, £^ ww. bugfin w «»BnlflceBt «a view^-and 

vent. Automatic oil heat ^Immediate oocupanoy lust a few ghert yards to a 

* And. ob. what a beautiful Atortgxg. eg 7H per aant. Prto* ^ich. Ibij if to- 


iiuiro SmtaSd io» 10 000 85 75 11800 vl#w * Ol lb* mountain* and itralt*. SL, 88M27L 

roqulro l-bedroora furntahed euMe, lu.wn ta.m xjuaj ThJl ,, „ location with ___ 

_ ,, For tail, courieou* aervloe call u* excellent return* on tnveument. and 

QUIET COUPLE SEEK FUR- today. Money immediately avail- ea*Uy handled. For further lnfor- ESQUIMALT 
nlalwd cottage, situated mobik* able. If In doubt a* to your equity maboo pleaae phone V. Wilson, rvmuvnniT 
hSmTor value call u. tor appralei. YoiT ari „ 38SA3S1 or S8M400 . COMMERCIAL 

noma tw mm™ .c obllgabon. WILSON-PURCHES ft ASSOC. LTD. BUILDING 

m nilll gyre to beut SUITE 255. 702 FORT ST. 

DUPLEXES TO RENT cONSOLIDAnON OF DEBTS —--— Modem rtucco. i 

-- HOME IMPROVEMENTS JL , u . * *" 

■^RANB NEW SIDE-BY-SIDE ANY OTHER GOOD REASON 15 SUITES CIAL SITE an 


lelllng problem*. *81-4117 or any 
evening, 477-2584. 


CALL: MIR. NORMAN 

(79-1896 or 386-77SI 


| pricr^rtwSf^oaH DftvB,|for $35,000 with terms. Phone 

n or g&mTt 


Bill Palfrey, 386-2008 or 388- 
4271. 


HOLIDAYS ARE OVER-D. F. H.- 


TRANB NEW SIDE-BY-SIDE ANY OTHER GOOD REASON 
duplex. 2 bedroana, glove and 

fridge. drapes and wall-to-well 3X57458 

r H , 0 ? k ^ t L, MORTGAGE DEPT 

irjer Electric heat wa ter gyRON PRICE REALTOR! 

,^3S«id* ia! !uS s ' wSSu °v!S»2 1314 « UADRA STREET 

weet .WL ___ —--- 

38a COLDSTREAM AVE. JAN. » _ . wno-rc-«rp f rtakic 

2 bedroom*. r*iM«. fridge. 1 child 2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 

welcome. 3&88Q5. __ FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 

3-BEDftOOM MODERN DUPLEX. WITHOUT BONUS 


TWO HOMES WITH 
LOW LOW 
DOWN PAYMENT 


OPEN HOUSE 
FRI. 6-9 —SAT. 1-4 
1834 PENSHURST 

(NEAR SAN JUAN) 


SUITE 255. 702 FORT ST. “ ... ■ n> .. n , * r f^ 7 ou coMldering e^lag w _ FRI. 6-9 — SAT. 1-4 a,,™ 

—---- Sffia T? 4(7^1' ,r co5iS !’. 0, ^od 0r 'grPi^' TWO HOMES WITH im PENSHURST ^ *13.500 

15 SUITES CIAL SITE on Eaqulm** Rd bedroom home* — duplex — and LOW LOW (NEAR SAN JUAN) OAKLANDS 

CIvOSEIN BSSS? JSZuT'K'r ^^l^M^N^ll^r DOWN PAYMENT Large fenc®, topped W. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

numfroof other imill opermtlona. BiLL SgUiRES, 38M741 or rea. 479- . a^cMa THREE bedroom* Bright Family home with 4 bed room 1 on 

Nearly «ew (1 year old) block of 1 Strategic location and eioetjent 3784, North we Wem Sacnrttlea LkL JHj^u«_tor bit tamUlaa on not ,XRGE Utcben. DWng room »5to lh«_rnaln ftonr. The living room I* 

and 2-bedroom apartment*. All value for boMlng property. Full - - IT.ivTii™.,, »,« am loat , CHANDELB3R Good alia Mvii* family kltch« *«h ■ 

have balcortea, rablevWixi. hoi jrtoe with t erm* arty PiTTO are Juat a roo^ ^ F3RZVLAOE and rtotura "T™ 01 " h, iL7" n ' 

water, oil heart, laundry taclllbe* fcXO-UEIVE LISTING with DON NEED A SPECIALIST? feature*. window FLASTO* wail* and cell- ,h ’"" 

iftn » n _ wirvtio jT? vti HOMES NO. 1 <,»* nkia >nft74f<iiM Uikj *mmrr payiTvra. EastMfR onaftctrw. 


I Largv FENOUJ, iDndarsp^d 


$13,500 
OAKLANDS 

w IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


■'•'’‘ttord. ( AvalUble row. *U» *, , ^ dllcloMd re .„ ibI( A. BERNARD & CO. LTD 

monthly. Victoria Pree*. Box _•_ lnt*re*t coat chargeabl* only from SS5 Fort Street 384-833 

5-ROOM DUPLEX FURNISHED. I the date of loan to ihe day of -- — -- - - 

month* Brentwood, (52-1SS1 Pay**- May he paid off any time 


•nri 2-bedroom apartment* AJ1 value lor holding property^^Full - -- Dl * 

sras isa^snjs; ^.u^ es need a specialist? g * 

7 «« EI>KD BOMES I ■ pad*tire tn bom. -lee end aril, ^ 

oenl mcrtgage eveitaWe LTD- 386-75C. _ m.i?Tevery effort to get th. top —Cl, 

■PrUC-E. JloU.UUU -- price for your*. For a market T.t 

_ evaluation -with no obligation pleaae _n f 

Excluilva AgenU TRADE call JOYCE MILLER, 388-4271 or _ B1 

A. BERNARD & CO. LTD. OPPORTUNITY ^^81,^™''“”* * ^ Ltd " 


TRADE 

OPPORTUNITY 


—4 bedroom* 

—Clnae to all lervlca* 
—-Easy payment* 

—No mortgage* to rala*. 
—Big floor are*. 

ONLY $14,500 


lua aparkllng HHtnMim «*1™“ 

Fu* HIGH CRY b aa aptert I JOE MANTON, 388-4271 


Inga phi* a parkllng HiARlAWfX 
floor* Fui HIGH CRY baaana 
Vrtth large WINIXWS. 

$21,500 

BILL MOORE, 382-4119 


Here 1* warn opportunity to acquire “SOLD OUT OF HOMES" 
an excellent Income property by A) , tyD( , r* 0U lred. Cllenta waiting. 

atucro build- BRYAN LEVERTON 

KTS 1 ^ Mult ll..mg agent 38S80I2 anytime. 


HOUSES TO BENT 
FURNISHED 


monthly, vmona i-rem. non __ intercut coat chargeable only from SS5 Fort 8freet 384-9335 —- 

5-ROOM DUPLEX FURNISHED, 8 the date of loan to the day of -—— - - Here i* your opportunity to acquire "SOLD OUT OF HOMES" 

month* Brentwood, (52-1551 Pev 0 ®- May ha paid off any time . to) excellent ^Income property by XII type, reoulred. Cllenta waiting. 

----- without penalty. FERNWOOD-PANDORA trading your home equity aa down BRYAN LEVERTON 

132 HOUSES TO RENT ‘ »" "UALL* OBTAIN ft REVENUE *3? Mult u.lmg agent 3HA80I2 anytime. 

FURNISHED n 3L™nL vicfoWA untamed 2 room and ' R^*t^to U4 'S»"^e? ?° P e * f rol ? ll YOUR 

___ enH UP-rSLANI> Your document i”^ iv *‘ con “, 2-rcwyn and h to res Tncmn exceed* per cl lentil waiting, call NOWi 

ttto S® ELAINE WAV. txwrty can be JtoT .S mT.^rig 

new two bedroom fimkrtied ule tor caih without obllgatlim or I i(arage* and etorage. oil HW heet mvmy by plmnlng WU Hodgwm, 3PV - . 2^° -1-— 

home Beautiful aea view, will arrange a loan agalmt vMi Large lot lapomx 12,50(1 aq. ft.). 2 * 5 * «» re* S6-85®. l«fl Mntisn POB SALB 

Quiet area - adults only document to save you money if th,. Showing 10U per cent et prerent Price 3»4 Quadra fit 150 MOUSE! POR SALfi 

Available now till March 31, plan 1* belt for your clreumitance*. rente. All hut 2 aulte* mostly y - . — ■ 

CalK&xtod Departmang anytime ^ND^ULF ^AND 5 * SKINa «*•«» 1Ja „„ --MAYFAIR 

REFTNAN^A^aALTY "SSSSK*" 


NO. 2 

—I bedroom* 

—New oil heat 
—Convenient location 
—Low lntereat mortgage. 
—Over 2,000 sq. ft. flocc 

ONLY $13,800 


OAK BAY TUDOR 
ASKING $17,400 


$12,500 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
FAMILY HOME 

Well constructed large family. I 
bedroom* up the baniitered a fairway 


LGE. SEP. DINING RM. 

INEW KITCHEN and NOOK Mahogany I panel led) family Wtchen. 


document .' cnm 7. n - iroron ana wore*, m o™. M cllenta walUng. call NOW -- INbW rv_L IvJrllMN ana NUUA M*m**ny 1 nawuwi 1 lamtiy hitcher, 

Immediate kl,rh, '> wl ? 1 „ ww month which offer* an exceptional BETT y SILVER. 386-3231 or 385- r ,„ an . .,,, vour Hown nay-1 Ye*, a full basement with oU 


ROCK HEIGHTS VILLA 

742 LAMPSON STREET liable row HU March M. 

tssn^ssr r.^— 

Spaclou* room*, elevator, laundry BROWN BRrtS AGENCTKS LTD. 
facimiea supplied. RenU from jjjjj gIan*hard Street 885*771 

* 122 .50-*137.50 Phone Re*ldent Man- ___ 

ager, 382-4130. Rental AgeMa. nso j A n 24, FOR 4 MONTBS 
Arthur E. Havtie* (19981 Ltd , 739 furnished n* home foe careful 
Fort SL S8M27L No children t fnin tj_ AdulU cnly. Preferahly 


COUNTRY, UP-ISLAND 
AND GULF ISLAND 
MORTGAGES 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 


VACANT LAND AND 
LAND DEVELOPERS* 
LOANS ANYWHERE 
Pleaae call Mr. Thom a* at 


36 SUITES 


BECKLEY MANOR 
548 DALLAS ROAD 

Bachelor Suite, *117.50 
AdulU Only — No Pet* 


Prairie - couple Heat^provided. 477- LOANS ANYWHERE *8 2f» PER SUITfi .rolependent market l« now avjul- 

5S° Pleaae call Mr. Thom a* at « 7 .“° CROSS able *■_ “ ,a‘™ mU t ^,rfii* r, u5 

SEAVIEW. FROM FEB 1 TO DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. ^ We’rnnrr ^ ln * m 

ssm irrs-* srssffi ^ sssT»ri 3ss_" »-r““ ss5„.“?™ i 5^s,s , .S Y 

Cadboro Bay Village. 477.8282. ___ FULL PRICE $295,000 Northweitaro Securities Ltd. 


BUTCHER? LTD. 

If not. vou could be. An excellent Woodward 1 . Mayfair Centre 
opportunity la row avallabl* Thl* 1313 Douglas SL 386-2955 

independent market 1* now avail¬ 
able a* an ooermtlwt enterprise t -—- 


nut I Offer your family the comfort Ttgj aider home la rtore to Bill 
and recurlty of their own horn*. aerWcee, has new automatic oil 

J. c. (JACK) WALDRON 

Oft: 385-7761 Rest 383-1480 i—nwt a a on * «n*i v*. ott 

Oak Bay Ava. 

G. E. BUS RYAN , 


JOE MANTON, 388-4271 


HTGH-ON-A-ROCK 


-D. F. H.- 

NEW AS ’68 
TRY $3,000 DOWN 


388-4271 ANYTIME 


WATERFRONT 


TRY $3,000 DOWN Home or home and revenue. Urge 

liv.* eo.wu ^ good bewch. (-mile circle, near 

Located In the Gordon Head area, school*, poaablv beet buy of It* 


2-BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSE 
for rent for the monlh of F»b. 
Mount View d1*trteb 429-1501. 


INVESTMENT 

OPPORTUNITIES 


Enquiries: 384-4832 Weftcott Rental*L, ROOM COTTAGE. OLDER 0.508 aecemd. Straight 13 per centr 84-9 *® 


FULL PRICE $295,000 

*100,000 Cash Required 
A W ANDERSON LTD. 


liiNrt *fiun*ror VB-9864 anvttma. Two-bedroom charmer only 9 year* thla three-bedroom home with toll kind. No drive-bv* Foarthie trade 
LAJNG, SflM741 or JKi-ww anvT.TTw. ^ , lvUlK room f( ’ 8tur „ , baiement could be the end of your on profllahle bueteere. Phone DOCK 

Northweatem securltie* Lin. railed hearth fire place and aHdlng rainbow. Beautifully ftnlahedlpxPEs 3B8-43TL 


PRINCESS PATRICIA 
HIGH RISE 


rouplr. Victoria Pro**, Box 5^9 

13$ HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


3. 2 and 3 bedroom suites wende drive 

31* no per month. 1 year leare 
evanatxie available. 3 Bedrooms, oil heal. 

Resident Manager 382-2223 Available February l*t. 19*8. 

701 Esquimau Road sti4 wordsworth 

____ 1135.00 per month Available Immf- 

dlately. 2 bedroom*. Full leaie. Oil 

DE LUXE 1-B.R. SUITE Heat 

Oulet and comfortable. Next SWINERTON. STEWART CLARK. 


Inlerest. On IIS.NB city mopertv. 
Excellent covenant. 6-year term 
Pay* *44 per month. 

18. Son ft rat mortgage on nice 
Esquimau bungalow. Pay* 385 per 
month. Straight 914 per cent lntereat 
5-year term 

For tart eourteou* lervlca 


EXCLUSIVE 
GIFT SHOP 
BASTION SQUARE 


Kta» door* to lovelv secluded patio throughout, and ju*t waiting for you 
remlnl*cent og a Japanese gerden. to unlock the front door and *ay 
Walt to wall carpeting connect It to "if* mlnel" And It can ba your* 
Ihe dining area .One, bedroom for k Fu a price of only 
10x10. the matter * l* TWIN SIZE eon ifg, 

Fealura atalr to th# roe room below 


BYRON PRICE 
1314 Quadra 385-2458 

SOUTHERN EXPOSURE 
HIGH SETTING 
1.450 SQ. FT. 
QUALITY — STYLE 
Thl* ipartou* modem bungalow 
only 10 year* old. Built by owner, 
of Ihe flnsrt material* with no 
thought of coat. Immaculate 


DUPLEX 
TOP CONDITION 


Handling ewSuiive line# only (Call 
imported china, silver, rryataJ. One 5821. 
person can handle Gc«u Mure 


10x10. the maaler'i It TWIN SIZE 
Feature iteir tn the ree room below 
with ■ round fireplace and double 
carport. A HOT BUY at *21.«m 
only Call ALF PORCHER. 386-2956. *84 


IKnju e. With LOW DOWN KAY- 

Mortgage Dept MENT. Owner leering town. Call 

Byron Prlca 1J14 Quidri St I •''*1 BLOOMFIELD tor appctnl- 


Completely renewed. 2-bedroom boalnere’^flxtime*. 

silto dcavn, 1-bedroom aulto up[ MaUeit. 382-215?. We* tern 

Wall financed Only 814.900 toll u nm — 
e. with LOW DOWN PAY- Hom “ LM 


TRADE OR TERMS 


J. C. (JACK) WALDRON 

381-1480 

CLIFF NORMAN 

479-1895 

OFTICE: 385-7781 


LANGFORD $7,900 l&gJK “St c^IT^'im^SiUto 

ssr or «. 5V «ua csK, am Jgg 

fST^WwarBe'K ;s 

®47- eaiy stairway to toll high bemt 

.... Rec- rm apace, fireplace. oU heet 

Property nkely t ree d and land- 
•caped: rear carport. Asking price 

LANGFORD * 2S0nn reasonable financing. 

Frr aoonUUnwn , call Mr. S. L. 


Culet and comfortable. Next to 
Parliament Building* 
tun 

Enquire Manager, Suite • 

VALMAR APTS. 

475 Quebec Street 


NOR-GARDEN COURTS 
Sidney, B.C 


Rental Agent*_ 585-3 481 

OLDER 4 BEDROOM HOUSE. Liv¬ 
ing room with fireplace, dining 
room or den. Large kitchen and 


MONEY AVAILABLE 

tor 

FIRST AND SECOND 
RESIDENTIAL 

MORTGAGE LOANS 


ment to View. 386-29W. 382-853* 
Mayfair Really Lid. 


OAK BAY 
SEAFRONT 
APARTMENTS 


Homes Ltd- w# ae „., . trade on trite 2 -Bedroom, house on new loeattor HOUSTON Byron Price 385-M58 

__lovelv 2-bedroom aemview home — — — D. F. H.-- — rr.tr excavtetom Asking price ,ta It anytime. 

THE BEST INVESTMENT StS B^GE^W^^ NEW LISTING 

is EARTH ^vt'^^wnh^n FEELING A BIT .... IMMACULATE HOME 

SI* acre* ol gently tloplng land tm m wall nig. large kitchen with HTTNfiOVFR* PLUS EXTRA LOTI 

Sanwch Pennlnsula near ferry aU tom*Uc I au n d r y equipment HUNUUVLlt. ROCKLAND AREA PLUS LAlftA LU1 

terminal. Good berry land with hookup, dining room with fireplace t hi* *nd n#rk tm* Tt*e a im- . ____ 1 U U. _ - ■ ■ k_4. 


^ r °55vi l iiH. ll m^th n 'l S ^ri Cl le^ MORTGAGES AND AGREEMENTS A perfect retirement and Inveal- 
are* *150_per mrtitn l year ic**c ment oDDOrtunltv showing hetter 


1st *84-0082 after S 


Sidney, B.C secluded, warm i or 2 ' 

hedroom collage, oil range, fridge 7M Fqrt at 

1 i 2 bedrooms, furnished or *' wT'a^iuhto We ha 


unfurnished 


acre pled. Reference* *85. AvalUWel 
January ISih. 384-1040. ! 


nL . rrr qon cat Occi 3396 COOK ST, MODERN 3 OR 4- 

I rkone bjt>-OOl. or oao-ZSM OfOroim h^me. toll baaement, 

_____ OO-M heet. Garage. Handy locaUnn. 

P.UDYARD KIPLING, 1420 BEACH ^2!!;?'* 1)0 ““ 

Ur 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom auite dlilurb occupanU. 479-5030. _ 

over L400 *q. ft. tars* toU^ny. 170 GORDON HEAD-DEW 3-BED- 
aq ft superb view of atimlta and ronm plui RroU nd level family 
mountain*. 386-3616. mnm rten atwi hath room Available 


Bimruitm ment opportunity —. aheaving better 

PUKCHAi^D than 11 per cent on invested capital 

_ -_ of *55,000. Full partlculari and 

P R. BROWN k SONS LTD Statement will be given' to genu- 
IB Fort St 1856415 Intererted person* Call Mr. 

- -Yell*. 192-2101. Re* 383-5039. Hany 

We have lots of money Fo * lCT Lld 

for First and Second ———---- 


Sannich Pennlnsula near terry automaUc 1 a u n d r y equipment nu:«*ivr,n. | ROCKLAND AREA I d-uo haiiui uun 

S^aSnrSrtlv*?^ iSrSSS ^ou^ &&SZ « MODERN FAMILY HOME 

©"fiET.fir Ja. sS£M Jilo,lCR(W ' tss^js^ajssitm ^ 

0*15.. “ d ‘ c 3862955. 388-4855 wi!h dining are* and lundeck off, bring CJ^OSE to town yet tt *a high extra targe temltv kitchen with 

Bacon. SKWiao. ______ two bathrooma, permanent finish on m* rocks In a p retty TREED nmdeck off and three piece 

BYRON PRICE hardwood floor* throughout, full arittog. In a QUIET location, and bathroom — all frerfUy decorated 

1314 Quadra St. ri*TjAWTY MPOT T T«TTMn hl *h baaement with finished rec has VIEWS to eaag and aoufh. i n pastel *ha<1r* The toll daylight 

— . —--—--- liRANU rlt.W U51 lrfly room and drlve-ln garage. Land- Spadou* - 'L‘‘ shaped LR-DR with basement ha* a third bedroom or 

_„„„ TVrvbedroom retirement cottage on reaped 75x180 lot with fully fenced. LR Itself 341* fret kxig Off the DR study and I* wired and plumbed for 

VARIETY STORE large lot. quiet dead-end afreet nicely treed, child safe backyard, taring aouth I* a private riindeck. WD Both lota are 60x120. Within 1 

rrov VftTIP nirFFR among the whUpertng tone*. The pa|i 0 , nd built-in barbecue, ret Thla i* a modern home with 3 HR* htode. of hu». school an) atom* 

1K.I ICturo wraiv wee house Is Insulated, haa electrlr inn ., ,j n . a,-,. ■_ - au i it ira* and IV* bathroomi on the main this te a 'delightful home to show 

_ kitchen and not too far nut. In in# Suth* of Sidney floor, a fourth and possible fifth *nd i, good value for only *1?.5«1 

For th# slock and fixture* There lovely hack yard, 'here a a place p ER cent NHA MORTGAGE bedroom on the tower level Trie iIncluding extra lot). Foe mor* 


VARIETY STORE 
TRY YOUR OFFER 


mortgages. 

ERIC CHARM AN 
385-9765 

FAIRFIELD REALTY LTD . 

MORTGAGE LOANS 


4 SUITES 
MODERN 

A-l condition and location. 1—1- 
Bedroom aulte. 1—2-bedroom lulte, 
2 furnished Bachelor aultea Sepa¬ 
rate meter*. Heat (not elect), 


are also Post Office facltllte* Here for Dad to pursue hi* hobble* 
I* a pleasant tob with a ateariv wired tor 7X> and UP on a good 
.income from e*tabli*hed clientele, cement foundation, tmly 3l2.s.ki. 


For detail* call 385-6741. 

PETER W. BARDON 

Northwestern Becurltlea Ltd. 


TERMS. ALF PORCHER, 386-2955. 
384-5823. 


niauntaSM. 3Sfr3616. —— A 0rt Kathwinm Avullmhl# — - „ . raie meieri. tieai moi eieci.i, hi iiv/tveiivti 

PACIFIC SHORES 2181 HaulUln. 2 approx. Jan 15 *175 477-5803- wSLuM^SiSfi^toterert ^atS K^hoote Iwr mbI ftlS'cln? NEW SERVICE STATION 


hedroom large suite, 3rd floor. *115. nE . nnnnM n it N r. a I O W ON decialoo* ' Price - jnisooT *9.500 down. Income j 

382-asn. R,.re^?riv. B Ir, wnkwS arVa RRDWN PRO*! *4.330 per year. C. MalleU. 382-2US7 

insr Fort Montreal Trust 3862U1 Avallahla Feh, Irt. (135 per month. r anytime. Welters Home* Ltd. 

----- 382-8090. AGENCiES LTD. ___ | 

CASA DEL MAR ibedroom cottage with ma Biamhard St _ M8 ‘. gTn FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 

ICS Richmond Road 1 hedroren horse bare ret 20 1 acrea. Mrtchndn. M0 NEY TO LOAN ON MORT- » 17 qito 

suite, available Feb. ii. *U9: 2-hed ";* r everydhlng. *140 a month. 477- gage*, quick dertnona, also agree- ftai.oju 

r-xim suite, available Fob. 1, *148, •* wr 1 P m menu and mortgage* purcbaaad for 

wuh bricoru. all modem convent- = B KnROCM^ ODE R N HOME. i^cg^LTD. "a" 

re.,den. nwnager. 306-945A %g?~£S. F ° -t StJeet _5±55 gJj SSlS 1W:a "* ttW> D ' U * 

- __ 8127-_AMOUNTS OF *10.00045.00044.500 '• qoRJlTJl 

NO 2-2445 BEACH DRIVE LANGFORD. MODERN 2-BED JJJ. be'irted^to^rthareT^war nAVE NELSON-SMITH 
Large living room with fireplace. 1 room duplex for reiponalble tenant* Agreement <* Sale.' IJAVto 1NC.LV8U1V swum 

bedroom, kitchen with fridge and 3*0 1 dilkt. 47R-2235 GEORGE RANDAU. LTD. Narthwe.lern Sreurltiea L1<L 

Move included. *95 pec month. or .- Dft .„ nnl , er —m MntjTi! B’H-tUf* ___ _ 

Avallahla February 111. 3 BEDROOM ROUSE, gT3 MONTH, ______——- 

kwtnertnn qiawart nark. I td *'*o household furniture for aale. Ji 5 nn CASH BUYS *2.450 2ND 
RentaJ^Agent, Sl * w * rt CUrk - 3X24561 33 4 John St. _mortgage on old 2-bedroom bom. CREATE AN ESTATE 


ATTRACTIVE ^^EDROOMS^ 

NEW SERVICE STATION DOUBLE PLUMBED 
business for sale, ^ted An^^otoer^hon^ 
on major intersection. Long ror revenuet. Newty rewired. New 
lease if required. Financing h< ctow' in d0U Pnaaibie eD "e r a«v 
available to right party. Call 

477-6414 or 385-8561. detail*, george wall. 386-23^ 


176 P X T. 

ONLY $33,000 
BOB HAGUE 
GEOFF BUCK 

385-7761 

-D. F. H.- 


flnlatwd rec. room haa tHdfi-inl information, phoq* 


^25f°T GEORGE RTACKRURN 

r the buyer with a fair 1385-2C8 386-0). 


least. Price W3.9HU iw*Ui a « per 
leer* mort. for the buyer with a ftlr| 
•Ired (town payment'. Call WILE i 
DAVIS 0 * FRANK WILLS at 388 ] 
42TL 


NEW LISTING! 
SECLUDED SETTING 


Price *39.501; *9.500 down. Income _ LnjuDL.ru I 

*4 321 wr year. M.UeU 382-2157 business for Sale. Located *n olto home 
anytime. Wratera Home* Ltd. . .. _ condition. Ideal to 

_on major intersection. Long cor revenue' New 

f’ATrtttpt ti T77 TPI FX lease if required. Financing garage, cioee in. 
FAIRFir.II> DUPLEX >vai|sb ,„ to rleht p , r6 ,. c ^ , 

^ A l ,OJU /saw- DOC OCCI ^e.t.41. r.Pfwr.p 


THREE BLOCKS TO 

“UVIC” OR RACQUETS —Two ior three' bedroom* I large rehlnef el*r. kH. with her. 

Cq t rr> — Douhle plumbing large I.R with FP and to* high 

UL.UD —Panelled rec. room baaement with tot* of nna^blllhe* 

'Thla la a Fare one' —Attractive treed lot 'for development It la difficult to do 

&DR'&V Fu‘LL-BASEME™ R b E un- Slftt TM 

gatow bL* a Ic* to offer the “ S 

It'ario.e to grade achool, Junior BILL TYSON, 388-4271 nhone, rm-for more Information. Aak- 


Thl* 12-year-old home la art tn tha 
. Cedar Hill area on almost *4 scree 

HIGH ON A HILL nf land with euhdlvlrion poaalhlll- 
lies Inferior fir*ah work la well 
WIU1 above average and the layout Is 

tnfemttng arid convenient. Thera 
•Separate living and dining rorena are three good gland bedroom* 
—Two ior three' hedroom* large cehlnef elJr. kit with her. 


large cehlnef el*r. kit wtlh her. 
large I.R wlfh FP and fu8 high 
haeement vdlh lrta of nna^bllHiea 
for development It la difficult to do 


385-6741 

DAVE NELSON-SMITH 

Northweatern SecurlUea Ltd. 

CREATE AN ESTATE 


FISH AND CHIPS — (amity. 

PARI TAMFNT BUILDINGS If* rioia to grade achool, Junior 
The equipment alone to thla well. famlWmroS ,nd * nlor h « h * "> d university, on 

located operation ta worth more *?*• i iLtmun “ hu * route and * ntw * ho PP |n * 

'T*? driSterS'" * *' ?G0 ¥ " Swre W fy^hJin.™;. "** 

nil tne deuuii oui _-*m_ __j . owvi diocki iwty, 

JIM LOBB 388-4271 KffiSV?JKi mS J2SL5? 1 "* “ k 

J. H. Whlttome and On. Ltd, - *-- v * n ‘«** 

706 Fort Street 


For more Information and appoint- minute* from town, quality wnrk- 
ment in view manahlp and attractive design. 


DREAM HOME 

la'a moat exrtuelwa reriden 


ROYAL ARMS 
Comer Yale* and Fernwood 


382-3361. 334 John St. mortgage on old 2-bedroom horn*. CRfc-ATc. AN r,hl AI r. ... —--—— 

ftxt 'arnmng s»■ MI-FUR- Paymente *25 per mo. Inr. 9 per REVENUE SPECIAL 

rl.hed‘ .ultehtefor reUred roittl* w* Call Mr. Jone* 385-2226 for Let aomeone elae pay Ihe bill* TM* Modern SxS Duplexes Langford. 
No childreri 4WH115L toU particular*. Private. older home tn nice condition, made Finished stucco and Knotty Pine. • 


^*aM' 7 re THE FINANCING IS THE BEST -Vlrtorlaa most exc 
“ ™ CHARTRES. Ari-030 or ASSUME OVEH Hal area 

m ono IN MORTGAGI AT THE -L-ehapia to*o« asst 
t/TW INTEREST RATE OF ONLY plus den ... 


Available Jan. 1 and Feb. L Del -- . - - - y.-MryT ' avail a ~ Rt E tato 6 suite* just li block from Bedroom. Income *17(1 per mixilh IS YOUR HOME 

hua 1 and 2-bedroom ■ ultra. For LARGE 2-BEDROOM PLUS CON- gJMB FUNDS AYMLABLE TOR neocc Hlu right m the Arertment *17,500^ Ebedrm.. Income *200 per , , 


t. Too BIG ? ? 

S, TOO SMALL ? ? 

or The family needing a amaller or 


I27W INTEREST RATE OF ONLY rtue 
7M PER CENT. -4 be 

FULL PRICE: $22,500 -fjg 
CALL JACK CLOVER -*ito 

Iff) 7761 ANYTIME -P™ 


rental 1 ^ 0 ^^^^.,^ toU b„em«L M . 'ftojnrir* ^d lx, «d ito ^ra New to^ce“ raw JK^^ShtortT"Low~te^. TOO BIG ? ? ^ aNySS. 

strass t — ■ S^aiSrst- STa KF.i rSSrisffi - 

ss^Vtissr- - ‘ sajjgss".*™ faga-agg" ^ 

IfniBU ro Der nvinllL V«c*n! uniKR WiMtiD TO decision* ASK TOR MR. I>REW. OPPORTITNITY MUST BE SOLD _ fecir present horn* 18 not told* OR, 

110 Cm RArtWl Lid 384-8108 134 M0USK WANTED TO ELAND HOMES LTD . 386-7545 .. CHICKEN - FISH and CHIP -- RiS £re^nt hom* Mill before they _ 

iwwmii ua , ^ oii/j OBklT - - - —— — - 5000 aa. ft- brick bulLaJrus locatea et meew RHOP BuAineaa and hmvm irrAtert the home thev want. 

4 ROOM SUITE—2 BEDROOMS OR_ _ PRIVATE PARTY BUYS SECOND 512 Yatea Sire o'uJn\\w equlpnient Bualneaa Increasing aJ- you can no* take all the time yrai 

one bedroom, dining room Lovely YOUNG COUPLE DESIRES 1 OR 2- »gTeement»,mortgag« 3g-62 9n. Ag'eI^IEs’lTD ^85-776L day ^omer* alone need lo flndUta home^hat t* right 

-‘ta SSTOaiTef ... ... plxme MR* S*tVER T SE^N B at°* "wdrey^ree'^^by*tridng gdvmt^e BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 


-?f3f 4-pce bathroo 
-Dotit Oarportend 


,271 phone me for more informellon. Ask¬ 
ing CAW 

GEORGE BLACKBURN 

186 2458 396(1649 

OLDER — 3 BRa 
NR. BEACON HILL PARK 

rorene 

Twrhitorry. r*> taarmr nf 1 RR 
home With asp LR end DR. targe 
tot lo kit, toads of storage. double 
plumbing, etoee to town. hue. 
I school, stores and park, *15,900. 


larger home 1 * often faced with a _ _ _ r> V H. — — — 

problem. Either they find the home • . 

they want but can't buy tt bearoae 
their preaent home la not Bold, OR, 

their present home sell* belore they _ _ 

ihnve located the home they want. 


-Lteted at fBJOO «"•> »*to 

I ftoandng 

! For more trfnrmattoo and appoint 
ment to v*e» 

RnJ. TYSON, 386-4271 


7 YEARS OLD 
NORTHRIDGE 
SUBDIVISION 


M^Ud^SS" 1 G * rtMr “ ESLSTiSt 1« REVENUE PROPERTIES ... _ ecc « ^ 


Agencle. Lid., 385-1*48. Brentwood area. Anything con- 

---—-ildered. 6568135. WANTED 

1-BEDROOM SUITE AVAILABLE - - ——— _ _ 

immediately, tv block from 12 mJ* IF YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR - 

bui service. Unsurpassed view ol hrene tee have reliable clients wall- njipt rv OR FOITRPT.EX 

Victoria's Inner Harbour. *13L Ph. Ing to rent Phone Mr. Keen, Boor- DUPLEX OK hUUHPLLA 

__ man Invetanent Co. Ltd.. 386753 CAI &ARY lrrivln| 

TH i E «» R ^ n ^u R e Ms ism s&hS’&i ie'.° - w. rr 

1 SZ2S2* ™ Reltahle tenaate. 1MMB76- S3SSle*oS. ^ 0 ^^ ^’ 

Manager. ara-W»*l omurv on rx-VTail CllHICH mnvlnc tn 


business 

OPPORTUNITIES 


courts arriving ne*> DUN CAhl lVTO L poR LEASE — MEAT DEBART nrc’C'rTPBM 

t to locata within 10-UNIT ment In aupennarkrt. Opportunity WLSTEKiV 

itarr* of raw Slmpaorr for experienced man frr spare Ume HOMES LTD. 

. y „ R'TPf^’LJ* plui 2-hed room Using quartere _ fully 0 r evening work 383-7831. rnn-r ct 

a people will buy now. Lfjjjheq All unite ere remodelled —-—————- —_- BI * UKI **• 

y will not he "invtautto panelUng, 6 units have new 20-SEAT CAFE, LV 

1 near th# end of 1968. ^ Anara . 2 equ pne.d, Colwnod Corner. tlOO - 

IcLEOD 388-4771 or 4TT St “^ 00 * Monthly. 4764821. 

. _ s^T MAKING 1 MONEY S there -— ••BEACH-WATERFRONT” 

tofCJisl WeT^ced^ri 146 RUSINTO OPPORTUNI- -LOW DOWN PAYMENT" 

-asking *25,000 dowu Balanra easy TIES WANTED "SOOKE HARBOUR” 

[ZES OF APARTMENTS monthly payment* Pleaae call FRED ___■ 


CITY BROKERAGE LTD.. 3863547 of our lltole plan Kir full 

--- —. "„i ' ; particular* without obligation call 

WELL ESTABLISHED HAT ALLAN .1862955 or 4754042 

cleaning buxine »* Stock, equip¬ 
ment. with a long lease. By owner. ----— 

385-9090. 


1 bedroom aulte, avallahla now. Reliable tenant*. 3*4»fi6 *L_” plus 2-bedroom Uvtng quartere funy 

Manager' 384-tato -—-—-—■ . . • suitable theaa people will buy now. y iri * 1 r n i *11 unit* ere remodelled 1 

- Manager. -_ SIDNEY OB OENTRAL SAANICH »I though they will not he moving m jSwUtog, 6 units have new' 

MODERN 8-BEDROOM SUITE. 1 Unfuml.hed. Around *ffl a month. Victoria until near_the end 1** tu h ,, halanc* ah owe r* Approx. 2 
or 2 children welcome Reference* ltirei* 477-2749. Call BEN McLEOD 38647TI or 477 of just WALK IN AND 

B eaae. *125 e month. 385-3221 evyinxe- nrriftroF 2- ** _ , ,, START MAKING MONEY, aa there 

tween 8 am. and I p.m. _ WORKING COUPLE REQUIRE j J. H. Whlttome ft Oo. Ltd. 1P , no varende* here Owner 

MODERN I-BEDROOM SUITE. 11W pretend. Ph’sKHSOR _ 706 Fort St. _ Eid^iaXn dmm^Balincf^Sy 

lllriilve U MM4n On0 mcnlhly ' * JI RESPONSIBLE FAMILY RE- VARIOUS SIZES OF APARTMENTS monlfcy pa'ymenlaPleaaectol FRE^ 

inclusive. 3»MTl. _ qulrea imfwnlihed bouae. 3 w « WANTED for client* Interested in BERGMAN, 3862955, 8860790. May- 

195 — 1-BEDROOM SUITE IN bedroom*. Total ahrtalner*. 476350. Investment*. Plea*# Phene Frank (tor Realty Lid. 

ultra-modem block, fianvla, 250 ■■ - - r .-.-, p -a 7; Butler 4767377 r S84-8126- 


"LOW DOWN PAYMENT” 
“SOOKE HARBOUR” 


Oewero SM-SRS7 RrLIABLE TENANT DESIRES 2 

oawegu 382 5837._bed, mm house or duplex. 383-7251 

1-BEDROOM STE-, VIEW ROYAL after b 

*T*m. fridge. *»ov». heat *nd light* - 7TT7T2 —^. .ncu^iicrc 

175 per mo. PK 479-1101 137 HALL3* WARSMOUSES, 

l bedroom suite, opposite STORES, OFFICES TO RENT 


Eiquimalt arena Adult*. 477-2769 na WANTED 

between 1-4 p.m. ____ 

FEB. 1ST. QUIET COUPLE FOR CENTRALLY LOCATED. GROUND 
new 1 room, and hath. Btov*. Dorr. .pace, tellable fpr ofttee, re- 
frtdg*. heated *85. 3866065. '*>1. tori) nr warehriSae 2 279 aq. 


Pcmherton, Holme* Ltd. 
1002 Government Street 

144 REVENUE PROPERTY 


REVENUE 

WATERFRONT 


QUALITY BUSINESS 

Sot .Grttoertf or Drygood*. Some 


MILL SALES OR 
WHOLESALE LUMBER SALES 
Desire *aie# or general man¬ 
agement poeitlrm — western 
mill or wholesale lumber firm. 
Ten year* experience in aalea 


4 hedroom*, three bathroom*, 5- 
mi.WOOD *torey, no beaemetg home. Large 

landecaped lot etoee to ichool end 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES FULL PRICE $16,400 

LTD. rid. anotleealy dean 6 -BF.DR 00 M «nd «lreet lighting 04^91 Fcr 

1125 Blanshard St jST t °"X 7 ^SSSSi bTaS^URN 

385-8771 anytime room hra »«• 386664 . 

LOVELY EXECUTIVE ^^ 1 *n? I *Sre N,fl ' , ^noY* U 2oIi^. VICrORIA WEST DUPLEX 

BUNGALOW &o^*anrtrih y Srr , h M ,ren rt . *1500 CASH HANDLES 

and very good taut* make. HU. 1C.M.H.C.) 

Thl* beautiful reeldenr# 1* located property 'W dralrabte. Pha< . 

in the Unlvcfaity-Gmton Head are*, right away raft wont U«t WALLY This t« i» 

Hi many feature* Include a moat MILLIGAN 888-4211. toree BED»to™4S ON ONE FLOOR 

attractive llvliw room with oak PLUS # amalkr one-bedroom lent 

-loon and brick fireplace, 3 .... apartment which take* care of the 

bedroom* on the main fiixir and Hon * ihare of the mortfil* 

one tn the basement, a dining rocen llNTVFRSTTY AREA SSifP'T'' . !?““ ext * r £j- 

and delightful gleaming electric UlNlV£,KaiII AKliA qoM beat HS.OOa Dot Baem. 386 

kitchen, and separate utility. The ... 

baaement I* fully developed and In Excellent family home, 3 hedroom* 

addition to the extra bedroom It (master en eultel. Spaotau* Uwng -——-- 


LTD. 

1125 Blanshard St 
385-8771 anytime 

LOVELY EXECUTIVE 
BUNGALOW 


a* tt wont last WALLY Thl* tea 
888-4211 three BET 


UNIVERSITY AREA 


TTit* te a large family home w*»*! 
three BEDROOMS ON ONE FLOOR 
PLUS * smaller one-bedroom legal 
apartment which take* care of the 
lion's ihare re the mortgage 
navment. -Smart atucxjo exterior. 
OOM beat IIS 000. Dot Baron. 386- 
2456 


lSff Of gentle rlilne beach property addition to the extra bedroom It Umaater en eultel. Spaotau* llwng 
with perfect leclualon. 2 V* acre* of ,l*o haa the moot aplendld rumpu* room with fireplace and L-ihaprd 
alder and fir treea taoma welt over room and bar. another room, a dining room, cabinet eiectrto UH- 
100' high) Eetlmate tn exces* ol work*hop and *econd bathroom. Atl^hen with btdk-ln dl*hw«*h*r and 


UPLANDS GATE 


16,000 in Handing Umber. Thla 1* th# fear of the home la a large —ting are*. Sundgek oft Fulll. 

beautiful water frontage which la mndeck. The groundi are complet-' n««.iricnl plumbing rougbed-ln and Juat • *tep away from th# Upland* 


CENTRALLY LOCATED, GROUNU , Hyland at our offlre FuU aaldwi 

Onrr. .pace, tellable rpr office, re- -p,,, older Victoria waterfront rr , i000 . sun Hyland, 382-2110 
tall, ihop nr warehmiae. 2,273 *q. property at pre*eet cortalna two ^ ggj aao. Weeteru Homes Ltd. 


BERWICK MANOR 
' 2 R#d rocen aulte, adulta only. 
Boyd SL 383-74(26 


COMPLETE 1-BEDROOM APART Phone 
meri .for irenL *75 a month 1249 ——— 
Rockland Ave. 3B&3425. - pOR. 


lent Invratment at *25,800. Only 


tall, tori) nr waretiouee. 2 213 aq. property at preeeet contain* two £ Wartern Home* Ltd. 

17. totrf or will divide to suit, suite*, but coin easily be four of alx ___—— ■ 

3I °' 07M __ tul're , Hlgh rije An «*«!- EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR 

EXCLUSIVE GROUND FLOOR teMO wUI handle * * ' » man-and-wlto .J? 0 " 

office .rare for rent. 108* Fort St " h °0- 

Phone DM D 382-9282 Call Bill Hughea 3*64264 day* No tnveatment except good 

I -—'-——- BaatlOT Square PropertTe* reference*. good character and 

STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT, ------ experience In rwtaurant field 


baai* irt th nailer concern. 
Have *30,n08 to *75.000 nnh* 
available for toveatment Reply 
Victor ta Prea*. Box 62fi 


•82-2157 anylimt. 


Grave* at 385-8771. Brown Broa. 
Agencle* Ltd. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 24:30 PM 


A LOVELY LfTIU, SECLUDEIX 
rortage tor aale. aftnoet on theh.470 «q. 


Rocfeand Aw. 382-3425. - STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT. 

-—-■ — ————- heated and cleaned, for your 

2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. HEAT convenience 383-9923. 

185 ‘ m0n,h MODERN- GROUND' FLOOR OF 


Call Bill Hughea 3384264 
BaatlOT Square Properlle* 

DUPLEX 

2307 BLANSHARD ST. 


?*?.■ ^r , lnv^m*ert"’exc u ;“prw REAL ESTATE FIRM iMl^DU^^^lON^Neer^^^f^u^r^^ Krtert U^i. “CToy re^rted 18x14 6 Asktng $30,000 

Ss» V re. C Sr fieS* or controlling interest want- "3^ SS ? fi^eThed^ ft* ^ X «6 U5 . Mr. « 477-,*, 

hi^a X .C ed hy expe ;i enced ag . CRt ; Re ‘ mil SS!TMve“i^*33t.3rt w*: KS **£ JS^tg ^ 00 ” Htn - ME LTP - WPNEY 

r»w aura nt one rat Ina Apply ply in confidence to Victoria gross. Older, hut well-kept and i, p re*e*iUy rented, appoint- EulM-tn range and oven ateo ample 

Pres.,-BOX 586. »-S d^VTo FULLY REMODELLED S-BET*. 

atatu* to Victoria Prea*. Box « ----- AnyUme). Jolinat.in ft Co. jS,i Aaklng *11.950. reaaretable comSrte the main floor The] room tutor on well treed large 


lo4. Oil* 1360 aq. ft home haa 
ESQUIMALT hardwood fioori throughout, and 

„ . waa designed with convenience end 

Saxe Poult Area comfort fit mbid. If you have ever 

dreamed of owning a home 
ki thla year-young overlooking Cadboro Bay. ttlll tl 
planned mr family vour golden opportunity 


_»ROCKLAND AVENUE. BEAUTI-Lnfcwering 824 Fort SL 385-244*. lolui caretaker** suite In haeement.---. — . un |,„. KTb * n -J: PMpcufcT uJpTT 

fij^Lhedroom and 6b m store aND OFFICE, 10X40. re~nt*’^’calf^mv ^agent work’ Y °Suptomarket M over *18,000 established trucking company Mual 

____ availsbte. 479-5187 after 5 « "L« b Cto ^o' profir^n ISCT. mwner wl*he* .how good profit statement and 

CORTED APTS. 2540 QUADRA 1 - r AG LE~ TOR ~ wmDTHGfi Ware Ltd to reSre Approximately *20,000 have aom. contract*. Victoria Pret. 

£dmom 6Ulle. main floor. 384-2317. WHTTK EAGLE TOR ^EDDINGSIR^rold^re, ™**ig*j»*™> ra«He. P 38SS264. Ibox 616 


iwuutno ukuumu rLuun tie 1 staling .age, experience, mar 

ftov .'taeegtjonlrt and telephone ^our room* up *>d 8 room* down. *iatu* to Victoria Prea*. Box 593 


REALCAR? 

ESTATES I.TD. 

S22 Corrooraiit SL 388 T738 


I Inside. Plf*t»*** dn rint fn to th* ^win* room. *J>d VinUy Mlfl.1 FULLY REMODELLED 5-BED- 

rti"[ Aaklng *11.950. reasonable complrte the main ftoir Thej room tutor on well treed large 

down payment. Call Mr Streher* ot basement 1* art up tor duplex re lot 3 _. Roc ‘‘ l *nd 

Kcr and Stephen*on fix particular*, „,ra rooms tor a torge tomllv. To ate*. *S4.90a 183 8060. 

3(6-3413 or 656-3285 eve*. Mew rail BRUCN5 MrELRDY at 89b-1 

KER AND STEFHENSDN LTD. 42IL Prto* *26,900 with terma 
















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ISO HOUSIS FOR SALS 


ISO rtousn FOR SAL1 


NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES 
909 GOV'T ST. 
or 

Branch Office 
3200 Quadra St. 

BW741 

"OPEN HOUSE” 

SAT., 1:304:30 P M. 

4251 CARET RD. 

Immediate Possession 

Can be had on this im¬ 
maculate 5-yr-old 3-bed¬ 
room full basement home. 
Large living room, fire¬ 
place, adjoining (lining 
room, family-size electric 
kltcftn. Truly one of to 
day* better buys. Easy 
terms. Offers at $18,950. 
JACK RODGER 

"OPEN HOUSE” 

1073 HASLAM RD. 

(Glen Lake) 

FRIDAY, 1-4:30 P.M. 

Lovely post and beam, 
2- b ed room bungalow. 
Large living room with 
raised hearth fireplace, 
11x12 dining area, cabinet 
electrlo kitchen, situated 
oft a large beautifully 
landscaped lot. Asking 
only J15.500, To view 
please call 385-6741 
JESSIE McGRATH 

"OPEN HOUS E” 

3071 TAlTERSAL 

2-5 P.M. SATURDAY 

—Spacious home 
—Separate dining room 
—Large living room 
—2 or 3 be droom s 
—FuH high basement 
—New vanity bathroom 
—Coveted sunrieck 
-Double carport 
—Greenhouse 
—Full price 318,400 
—CaA 385-6741 

DON PATTERSON 

"OPEN HOUSE” 

1239 BASIL 

SAT., 1:30-4:30 

This lovely stucco bungs 
low has four large bed 
rooms, large living room 
with fireplace, family- 
slw*l dining room, cabinet 
electric kitchen, full ce¬ 
ment basement, OOM heat. 
This home ie In "mint" 
condition. Asking only 
$18,900. For prior viewing 
call 385-674-1. 

JESSIE McGRATH 

RURAL LIVING 
"DE LUXE” 

Over 1,500 square feet de¬ 
signed for gracious living 
Custom buHt for the own- 
era on almost Vt acre 
surrounded by homes of 
comparable quality. Large 
entrance hall affords easy 
access to 15x20 living 
room with massive raised 
hearth fireplace and qual 
Ity wall-to-wall carpet 
•Separate 12x19 dining room 
with fireplace. Custom 
cabinet kitchen With many 
electrical extras. Twin- 
size master bedroom has 
bath ensuite. Second bed¬ 
room with walk-in closet 
Professionally finished 
bedroom and recreation 
room in full hiefr_£*mnd- 
level be semen t7 Wrap¬ 
around sundeck and double 
carport. This one-year-old 
beauty is priced TO SELL 
at $37,000 with large 7"* 
per cent mortgage. To 
view tins exclusive listing 
call 385-6741 or 479-6648, 
BILL ANDERSON 

"TEACHERS!” 

S-BEDROOM HOME 
PLUS BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY 

I have a kindergarten for 
sale In Oak Bay. This 
buamess will not only pay 
all housing expenses but 
also « salary. The prop¬ 
erty ia licensed and zoned. 
The living accommoda¬ 
tion Includes 3 bedrrrrt. _a 
living room with a fire¬ 
place, a kitchen and a 
. family room. Hus is a 
grand opportunity for 
someone. You do not have 
to be a teacher, qualifica¬ 
tion is relatively easy. 
Full price $37,000. Cull 
385-6741. 

PETER W. BARDON 

"OAK BAY TUDOR” 
SWIMMING POOL 


ISO HOUSES FOR SAtl 


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NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES 
909 GOV’T ST. 
or 

Branch Oflice 
3200 Quadra St. 

385-6741 

■SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX” 

4 rooms, bathrooms and 
FULL BSMT WITH RUM¬ 
PUS room each side. 
ONLY $21,500. 385-6741 
MRS. SIMPSON 

“TWO YEARS OLD” 

'MANY EXTRAS’’ 

This spotless SPACIOUS 
home was built for the 
OWNERS, *o nothing was 
spared. BRlGItT as a new 
pin all through. 2 bedrms 
and 2 bathrooms with lots 
of space for development 
in the bsmt. Handy to town 
and slipping Full price 
$21,500. Call 385-6741. 

DON PATTERSON 4 

ATTRACTIVELY PRICED 

At $21,500 for Just over fi 
acres and an older home 
with 2 bdrms just wait¬ 
ing for that artistic touch 
and imaginative effort. 
This good holding property 
could pay rewarding div¬ 
idends. Just phone 385- 
6741 and ask for 
FRED HULLY 

"OAK BAY” 

Well situated near Car¬ 
narvon Park, close to bus, 
shops, schools, etc. Has 
”L” living, dining room, 
fireplace, elec, kitchen, 2 
large bdrms. 4-pce bath¬ 
room. Full cement bsmt 
with Oil-O-Matle heat. Dr- 
in garage. Price only 
$19,950. Clear Title. 
385-6741, Res. 479-3781. 
MRS. RUTH SQUIRES 

“COLWOOD” 

Quiet street—newer homes. 
Very clean and bright. 3 
bedims, quality built, on 
a large Jot. $19,600, Call 
385-6741 or 385-9664. 
TERRY LAING 

“RETIREMENT GEM 
-$19,500” 


NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES 
B09 GOV’T ST. 
or 

Branch Office 
3200 Quadra 9t. 

385-6741 

‘BY THE SEA” 

Near Beacon Hill Park 
end of nniB-ie osty centre 
tins little gem won’t last 
because for $13,000 tt’s a 
bargain! Call 385-6741 or 
385-9664. 

TERRY IAING 

•DUPLEX—$13,900” 

4 bedrooms one side. 1 
bedroom other Side, txv 
cated etas* to Dallas Road 
in James Say. Separate 
meters arid entrances. Im¬ 
mediate possession. Low 
down payment is available 
to purchaser with good 
credit. Call 385-6741. 

DON FRASER 

”$12,500—MR. FIXIT" 

This 4-bedroom home with 
double plumbing is located 
In Esquimalt. It’s solidly 
built, the furnace and 
elect, hot water tank Are 
good but the interior needs 
painting. Presently rent¬ 
ed for $135 per moftfh and 
the owner will consider 
trading on a triplex. See 
this and make an offer. 
Call 385-6741 or 386-6233. 
DAVE NELSON-SMITH 

■‘BfeSTEST BUY IN TOWN’ 

Yes, for $2,500 down and 
$80 per month you can 
move immediately Into 
this neat, white, comfort¬ 
able, electrically heated, 
2 bdrm home in the Mari¬ 
gold district. Ju6t phone 
385-6741 any time and ask 
for 

FRED HULLY 

“COUNTRY STYLE” 

Immaculate, well- built 
modern bungalow. Ideal 
starter or retirement, 
bedrms, living room, 
bright kitchen, with elec¬ 
tric range. Utility. Re¬ 
duced to $10,960 with easy 
terms. Call anytime 
385-6741 or 385-9664. 
TERRY LAING 


RTTHET AGENCIES 
LIMITED 

714 Fort St. 382-4251 

EXCITINGLY 
LUXURIOUS 

A Freirh Provincial deelon 
cnmblnirae the beat In excellence, 
da luxe feature* and appointment! 

turn of tlna Irtllf and 
landscaping. —v 

Inviting entrance kali with 
formal living and dlnlnf room* and 
adjoining den with open kflrk 
flrfutar*. all custom carpeted. 

Lar*e de lone kitchen with 
(ndlt-lna and breakfast area opening 
to a rear Harden patio. 

Matter bedroom aulto .with 
dreaaiftB room and fnaJfer Mtb U 
Bin coelom carpeted. 

The aeroftd floor with It* two 
la dulla gracloua a* 


SHIRLEY PHILPS’ 
HOMEFINDERS ltd. 

MB SHELBOURNS M8-W1 


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SHIRLEY PHILPS’ 
HOMEFINDERS LTD. 

SOBS SHtELBOCRNE 888-4401 


full balhrooma 
all 4 bedroom. _ . . _ 

bedroom haa Its **» 
tecond floor gllmoae of the #** 
bklrenv. Wall to wall In all 

bed r onto a 

The full haaement offer* rec 
room, game* room, laundry and 

storage areaa. 

AM aw with charm Inalde at 
well aa the brick and Hiding 

exterior crmferartioi. and cedar 
•hake roof Well located In an area 
of prestige homea for that vary 
special famlly- 

p r ic* tirons, ihowa 
appointment only. 

EDITH GUTEMAR 

985-8843 

CHARMING 
GLEAMING WHITE 
SPOTLESS 
COTTAGE 


by 



Bright and cheerful 2- 
bedroom bungalow with 
southern exposure. Excel¬ 
lent location on Union Rd 
Large living room with 
fireplace, modern electric 
cabtoet kitchen. Separate 
garage. Oil-O-Matic heat 
Call today. 3856741. 

FRED OWENS 

"BEACON mix PARK” 
FAMILY HOME 
THREE BEDROOMS 

Here ta n lovely older 
home In excellent rejwir. 
It features a large en¬ 
trance hall with an attrac¬ 
tive xtnircase leading, up¬ 
stairs. From the hall you 
pass through custom-made 
french doors into a pleas¬ 
ant living room and "in 
Ime” dining room. There is 
an up-to-date kitchen and 
pantry. In the full cement 
bsmt Is working apace and 
an extra room suitable for 
playroom or bedrm. This 
home is roomy and clean 
Ihrrxighout and a good buy 
at $18,350. Call 385-6741, 
PETER W. BARDON 

THREE BEDROOMS” 
WALK TO TOWN 


BASTION SQUARE 
PROPERTIES 


50 BASTION SQUARE 


HOME NOT JUST RIGHT? 

Too big? Too email? Too much 
capital In It’ Not close enough ln 
your Intcrcsu? Let' us help you find 
the answer Will sell it. trad# It. 
reftnsnee it or even help you 
arrange to move it, hut first let us 
talk shout It Call Jack Dohaon 
Kay Davies anytime, 988-4294. 

COLWOOD 
$21,900 

FOR THW RTYLKH S-BEDROOM 
HOME WITH FULL LENGTH 
FEATURE WALL IN 18*15 LIVING 
ROOM. DINING ROOM, AND 
BEAUTIFUL CABINET KITCHEN. 
DOUBLE I* L U M BING AND 
ftOUGHED-TS REC. ROOM 
FOR APPOINTMENT TO VIEW, 
CALL 

HEATHER GAMMON 
388-4294 

or RES. 478-2607 


-Y 

rough hall plan. brl«W 
kitchen with eating area. Lara* 
utility wired for waiher and dryer, 
fireplace. Two *«od si* tedrrxeni 
Fully Insulated and heated try 
clean .alient, economical electric 

Separate garage. nice laree 
lot with excellent eoll for floweri 
lawn and vegetable* Some fruit 

THIS COTTAGE WILL APPEAL 
INSTANTLY TO A RETIRING 
COUPLE SEEKING COMFORT 
AND SECURITY. OR ja A TfOL 
COUPLE LOOKING “*■ 

NOMICA I. HOME 
MENT. 

PRICE $15,800 
ALL CASH OR »•*» DOWNI AITO 
BALANCE AT 1135 A MONTH. 
OCCUPANCY TO SUIT PUR¬ 
CHASERS CONVENIENCE. 

ERIC*. MACFADYEN 
983-4591 D»T * Evening 


FERNWOOD 
MAYBE LOW D.P. 

Clean, older 5-room hungalnw 
with full basement hi! been 
i-ewlred with £10 plus electric tax 
water eupply. All nr I Uhl. good aim 
bedrooms, also main floor utility. 
Small lot and Inw taxea. W.S5J. Call 
FRED CAMPBELL, 98J-42S1 for 

detail* 


OAK BAY EXCLUSIVE 
WILLOW SCHOOL AREA 
3 BEDROOMS — $22,950 

Thl* compact home on i 
quiet sheet I* close to alt service! 
Thera Is a large llvinit-dlnlnd room 
With wall to wall The kitchen ii 
hrleht and modem with eat in* 
area. There are I liedrooma on thl 
main floor, an a I tractive 4-pce 
hothmom. The lower level- li 
completely finished with a large rec 
room and second bathroom The 
deep landscaped lot offers seclusion 
This tmmaculata home la l 
pleasure to show See II wllh 

BETTY SHEA, 383-5616 


OPEN HOUSE 
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, 

1:304 P.M. 

1529 V1NING ST. 

Four bedrooms for fam¬ 
ily or revenue. Beamed 
ceilings in living room and 
dining room. Modern kit- 
chefl, full cement base¬ 
ment. Heavy wiring, cop¬ 
per pipes, smell lot. Qdl 
388-4401 or 384-2437 
FLO PELLING 

OPEN HOUSE 
1605 MlLEVA 
FRI. 7-9 P.M. 

SAT. 1:30-3:38 P.M. 

Only 1 lMi years young, this 
attractive 2-bedroom hcxne 
has beautiful paneBtog in 
both living and dining 
room. Modern kitchen and 
adjacent kundry. Wvided 
bathroom. Fully developed 
basement. Asking $32,900. 
For prior viewing call 
5884401 or 383-0076 
HAZEL RAVENHILL 

OAK BAY 

NO-STEP CHARMER 
Let me show you this de¬ 
lightful Tudor style home 
ortiy 55 steps from Oak 
Bay Avenue. No steps lead 
to lovely living room with 
fireplace, large dining 
room, large modern kit¬ 
chen with separate eating 
area, 3-piece bath, den or 
bedroom on main floor 
Up carpeted stairs to 
large bedrooms. Priced to 
sell at $17,400. To view call 
388-4401 or 385-2970 
SHEILA FINHOFER 


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8 >t!n (Bnlmtlit. Victoria, B.C., Frldoy, January 5 23 


% ACRE—SEA VIEWS 
GORDON HEAD 
$28,500 

Imagine! A custom-built 
17-yr.-oW home; a 27x17 
living-dining room with 
lovely fireplace, beutiful 
views and secluded patios 
off both dining and kitchen- 
A master bedroom, 14x12, 
with doable cupboards; a 
4-pce bathroom; a den or 
2nd bedroom. Imagine 
full high basement, a 24x17 
bright rec room with fire¬ 
place and Murphy bed for 
gucste! Now imagine thtol 
gracious home set well 
back on a sloping 175-FT.- 
WIDE property with ma¬ 
ture evergreen trees amid 
broad lawns. You see? 
It’s a orte-ift-a-rniUkm bliy. 
3884401 or 652-1038 
GRAY LORENZEN 


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386-3231 

o 


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3800 

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BLANSHARD 

N 


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REALTY 


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SAANICH 

I BEDROOMS 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION for this 
attractive bom* with in-law plus 
12.6x27 rec room with nar 
Compart efec. kitchen, ateideck off 
]0xlO dining room. Hrlok fireplace 
In living rm. Manx more extra* all 
fur *16,750. To new. call Jean 
Hickey, 38M294 or re*. 3H6-9358. 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

$2X950 

I Seclusion <* H acre, e-bedroom 
stucco tonne. 17x1.8 living rm. with 
brick fireplace Sliding Jla>' donn 
lend off the dining rm In sunrieck 
Extra ronm plus 3-pe bath In full 
htgh hand. Call -lean Hickey at^88- 


IIAVE A 

HAPPY NEW YEAR 
IN THIS 

4-BEDROOM HOME 
518.500 

FERNWOOD AREA 

Due to a transfer fhti 
immaculate town* l! now for safe' 
Th* graclnuf entrance hall laid! to 
a cosv den with fireolace. Sriehf. 
•Itrartlva W ll»ln«-dining room, 
bedroom wllh hullt-lns. all room* 
have wall m wall cameling TM 
kitchen is completely modernleen. 
glass door* lead in a large patln 
Upstairs Ihera art I hedrown* The 
full cement haaament haa a 
finished playroom and laundrv 
area Heavy wiring, copper pioing 
double carport. Tn view please call 

BETTY SHEA, 383-5616 
EtK IAKE 

A aubatanllal older home of 3 
bednxjma lilting high on 2.5 acre* 
oserlooklit* ihe lake. If vou want 
seclusion now and the profit 
provided by future development. 
Ihla la for you. Try your large 
down payment on full prlca of 
1128,000. To view call 

FRANK BANNIER 
982-4251 477-6176 


CUTE AND COSY 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
1281 GLYN ROAD 
2 bedrooms, large kitchen, 
panelled living room. Elec- 
trio heat. Available Jan 
15, 1968. Easy terms. 
3884401* or 477-2459 
SHIRLEY WILDE 

PRICE SLASHED 
MUST BE SOLD 
HAULTAIN AREA 
Here is the buy of a life¬ 
time—five bedrooms, large 
living room with fireplace 
L-sbaped dining room 
good-sized kitchen with 
lots of cupboards, 4-piece 
bath. AH this plus self- 
contained auite in base¬ 
ment. Full price $17,500 
For more information call 
3884401 or 385-2970 
SHEILA RINHOFER 

CORDOVA BAY 
SECLUSION AND VIEW 
MUST BE SOLD 


JOHNSTON ft OO. LTD. 

Realtors 
Eatahflihed 3909 

19M Bread Street 185-2471 

OPEN HOUSE 
TODAY 

3916 GORDON HEAD RD. 
2-4:30 P.M.-7-9:00 P.M. 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

4 Bedroom* 

7 Bath! 

4 Ann Land 
Man* Ct4raa 

!*Mc# $26,lfll Coma and matt 
offer. CARMAN ANGUS and 
MCCULLOCH in atiandanc# 

UNOBSTRUCTED SEA VIEW 
FOR THOSE WHO WANT 
THE VERY BEST 

Don't buy until you nee thl« 
appealing home. Lota nr room for 
family or to entertain Four 
nedroranx, wall-to-WBli carpel 
Intercom Just nne year old. 
Located In beautiful Gordon Head 
area. $42,9f*l-term» Phone CAR¬ 
MAN ANGUS S85-3471 Anytime or 
Rea. 477-4586. 

LARGE CENTRAL 
SAANICH RESIDENCE 


FAIRFIELD $14,750 
NEW LISTING 

A mund, well-kept, older 2- 
bedrnomed home with a water 
and mountain view. Large In¬ 
line Itvmg-dlnlh* room. Full 
high cement imminent w.ih 
c n • p« r Dlumbtna, mifomailc 
heat. Can BETTY SILVER. 388- 
9231 oc re* *89-2*85. 


NEW AS 1968 
IMMED. POSSESSION 
COLWOOD - METCHOS1N 
A 1,326 square foot quality 
Htfme 15X20 Living Room lit| 
]in* Dtnfna romp and larft «*b 
elec, kltf+ifn with eailit* arts 3 
bedroom!, hardwood ihrougfiBui 
2 rtrfplacea afid many extras 
Close to iehnola and on a nicety 
treed lot. Full pflf# $2i.M»- _ 
REX W. riU t^- 478J57I or 


IMMEDIATE POSS. 
Langford 

AltracUv* 2-hedrm home with 
large llvlfif rm. Nletly treed lot 
with garden area. Priced for 
outrk aaM at lu.lttl. IRENE 
DALZZKL - 384 mn or $88-3*1 


CITY REVENUE 

3 aultea. 2-car wuwge ta good 
renul area. $l7.r*l with terma 
EARL McLACHLAN. 383-9136 or 
386-3231. 


MODERN DOCTOR'S 
OFFICE 

Attached. 9 bedroom older home. 
$32,100 wuh terms. EARL Mc- 
LACHLAN, $83-9196 or 9S6-923L 


your 

BILL 


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HARRY 
FOSTER 
LTD. 

Opposite "The Bay” 

1732 IkxJglaa - 382-21(11 

PORTAGE INLET 
WATERFRONT 
$.34,900 

Five bedroom* Ihree balhrrorox 
Boating and Winter anebofaze it 
vour rtonoden 2400 pq. It. of duality 
construction with luch feature* aa 
beautiful thermo*ane view window! 
and adding glaa* door*. A Medal¬ 
lion Home lhat win bring real 
living rite*rare tn the whole family 
I do nut believe you can find a 
waterfront home that la mmparable 
for value. For appointment to view, 
calj Mr. Yelli, 382-2101. re*. $JO 


RICHMOND 

(Norfolk House School Area) 
FIVE-BEDROOM TUDOR 
$34,900 

Good Terms Possible 

A beauHhd older tamWy home with 
beamed cetMnga and open fireplace* 
that gl«* an air of tiiarm and 
character so anight after In 
Victoria. There * a separata dlnliui 
mom — Deei and muMIMe plumb¬ 
ing Situated on a w*B treexl and 
■silly maintained W. Thl! WU 
make any family happy. C*B Mr 
Yella, 382 2101, Rea 3$3-SI». 


GORDON HEAD 
1.4 ACRES 

9-hedroum rancher, 1.446 ag. ft 
12-vear-okf In heauflfttl cond 
tlnri Parklike letllni Double 

carport. Asking IJl.fWi. Call 
MRS LaLONDE S8M»1 OT 384- 
8758 anytime. 


Winsome from th« very heglmtlfig 
r< ihe street. Here la contemporary 
itylltut to talk about If It has to he 
soaclous you will be delighted by 
(he two thousand square feet of eye¬ 
catching features. Fumish wllh* 
tialr Ift this big living room. The 
dining room la big anile size and 
the panoramic view from these 
rooms la exceptlonal. a de luxe 
smlly-alze kitchen that would he 
best described by a ladv Conveni¬ 
ently placed lamlly room wfih 
closet space A lion aise den wllh 
separate entrance Colorful powder 
loom with shower. The bedroom 
win* comprises Ihree spacious 
bedrooms and large vanity balh 
room. Quality carpet and extensive 
use of wood Ihrougtioul The 
motorised family will appreciate the 
enclosed garage and double carport 
Heavy cedar fencing provides very 
reasonable seclusion 1*1.600 and 
fingerprint-free Call SIMON FLETT 
anytime, $85-2471. 

MT. DOUGLAS 

Cut* 5-bedroom home tliualed on 
well ireed h* near the mounlaln. 
Priced at only $14,200 wllh excellent 
financing Csll COLIN MUNRO. 1*5 
2471 Anytime. 

FAIRFIELD 

$15,300 

Lmv mnnlhlv payments n n thl* 5- 
hedrnom. full-bascmenl home Just 
phone OWEN COVtEU.O, 3852471 


TRADE YOURS IN 

ON 

3-BEDROOM HOME 
HIGH BASEMENT—O-O-M 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 
$26,500 

Delightful high location. 1 
bedroom 18.1x151 living room 
16*19 6 dining room with fire- 
plana, 1 twin rooms plus ultra¬ 
modern kitchen, built-in ovea 
and counter range Full base¬ 
ment. Upper 2 - bedroom aulie 
rent* for *95 Must be seen to 
be appreciated Call now 
IRENE D AIAfF I. 9M-MB2 or 368- 

m 


Ihla »\«ar-oM home la ninety 
located In th« Glanford area on 
street of nire homes Living-Dtidn* 
room*, through halt and bedmumi 
with oak floors Cabinet Idlchep. 
Pembroke Bathroom Hlfifei base¬ 
ment, Drlve-ln garage, extra room 
could hs fourth bedroom. We may 
consider your amaller R»«n# In 
Lr&de. 

FULL PRICE $16,950 

gb’-Jim? Rea^2-3« 


HER * STEPHENSON 
UMITED 

3851411 

SERVING VICTORIA FOR 
OVER ■ TEARS 

HEALTH REASONS 
FORCE SALE l t ! 

Newly - listed retirement, 
starter, or investment bar- 

pain 

One block from Pariiitnnent 
Buildings, two bedroofrm, 
full basement, neat garden, 
well kept. low-taxed, mod¬ 
em buftgalow. $6,000 Will 
handle. 

$14,950 FULL PRICE 
CALL DICK BATEY— 
BUT QUICKLY ill * 
385-3411 

LANSDOWNE SLOPE t ! I 
JUST LISTED ! ! 1 
MODERN — SPACIOUS 
BUNGALOW 
(Three Bedg and a Den!) 
(Large Room*) 

Plcfurt a Living room and Mntn | 
rrogp .. . ABOUT 86 FEET 
OVERALL! I Beautifully arranged 
for mUrtaMng. A large and brtgtil 
kitchen with ample dMng apeca 

2 bedroom* *ftd a DEN or third 
fMdmm up, (1 room very large'. 
Lovely flour* and nice oooditWn 
thrmighout. FULL. HIGH, BASE- 

ROOM. roenpWI* wHh fireplace, 
and another .good bedroom W 
those who need It The LotaUrai .. . 

S»i!£ 

lies . . . EXCELLENT' 

HURRY to see thfe brand eew 
Exclusive Listing. 

PRICED TO SELL 
$25,000 TERMS 
PLEASE CALL 
MR. STOTHERS 
385-3411 or 658-5285 EVES. 


COLWOOD AREA 

On* of the finer horoeg offered 
In this InneAatngly poiwtar 
area. Beautifully fintahed and 
spntleaaly kepi Large living 
room and ftirung area, aundeck 
off Elerirlc oahlnet kitchen 
with eating are*. 3 bedroom! on 

K iln floor and one In full high 
sement plu* 19 SxJ.4 rumpus 
room Nicely landscaped lot 
Drlve-ln garage. Only 114 years 
old. FuH price **4.500 IRENE 
DALZIEL 9M-8602 or 3858231. 


CLARKE ft WALLACE 
REALTY LTD. 


S20 Broughton 
Acroaa from 


$fi 8794 
Car Park 


CITY - FERNWOOD 


B C. LAND 
ft INVESTMENT 
AGENCY LTD. 

$28 GOVERNMENT 8T. 38588M 

•'Serving Victoria Since 180” 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:30-4>S0 * 
GORDON HEAD Jr, 
1661 HILLVIEW RD. 

Off Torquay -Block from A.h 

$23,900 - $4,400 DOWN 
3-BR. NEW HOME 


HOLIDAY SEASON OVERT 
DID YOU FIND YOUR 
HOME TOO LARGE OR 
TOO SMALL? 

Why not trade the equity In 
your present home on the 
purchase of this brand new 
3-bedroom home. On a quiet 
street dose to Parks and 
Schools. Hardwood floors 
throughout, master bed* 
room w|th bathroom en- 
sulte, fUl] basement with 
room far further expansiem, 
excellent 8 per cent mort¬ 
gage. 

ONLY $26,750 
CALL DEREK RAYNEft 
AT 385-3411 ANYTIME 

Call KER ft STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 
680 BrougWffin 

"YOU WILL BE GLAD 
YOU DID” 


LIVE IN SOOKE 


tollable living room, extra irad off fh« dining rm tn sunrieck 

Extr--'"• u 

htgh 

rooms 12x14 and one 4j6 * ° f rr * 

10x11. New OOM oil fur¬ 
nace. Note large 90x176 
lot making this good hold¬ 
ing inrtprrty. Try your 
offer on asking price of 
$17,000. 385-6741 or 479-6648 
BILL ANDERSON 


“COI.WOOD” 

Located on a quiet cul-de- 
eac in an area of quality 
homes, close to achooi and 
shopping centre. 2 bed¬ 
rooms plus extra bedroom 
and separate todlet in the 
hdgh dry 1»sement. Clean 
oil hot water heating gives 
draft • free automatic heat. 
Tills home is well 
jiriccd at $16,700. For de¬ 
tails please phone 385-6741. 

RAY SMITH 


What a tnlrartki Owught Ihia l! ! 
am talking atiom a 4-vaar-olri. R 
wdrnmn txmi* fliat la cc*npl*4al> 
finished in wrod, giving >nu ih* 
feeling nt warmth ann romtort 
Law taxrx, full pric* $12,500 wxth 
$2 non drovn, to '4-w. piroae call 
a. Bvickfr 3«*-42<*4 ajiytlmf 

FAIRFIELD 

WALKING DISTANCE TO 
BBACON HII.L DARK 

PRICE - $16,950 

H#r# 1! a ralld older home 
Broull fully dcconMad llvtn* and 
dining room*, large family elertrtc 
klichcn, 2 apadotw bedronma, amall 
srrl Ixxlrnnm or den or aewlng 
room. Full haierneflt wllh plenty <* 
apace for devetopment, OOM heat¬ 
ing. 300 amp. wiring and copper 
plumbing Le« Ihxn $3,600 will 
handle. Thl* won't last king. For an 
appointment to view, roll 
irrAN FAKfN 
8RR42SM or let. 473-5*38 


Call me now to view thi> 
wonderful four - Ixxlroom I • -DRIVE BY 
home. Sp«id the hot Kum-|n64 TOLMIE AVE.” 
mere by your own pool. 

This home also features a 
lovely living room with a 
granite fireplace, a large 
dining room, a grand kit¬ 
chen, a den and 2 full bath¬ 
rooms to accompany the 
4 bedrooms. This home Is 
priced at $27,800 with 
favorable terms. Call 
3854741. 


COMMONWEALTH 
TRUST CO. 

REAL ESTATE DlVISIOIt 


623 Yates Street 


388-5155 


FERNWOOD ROAD 
NEAR BAY ST. 

Gr*d older type Ivan*. **roltfnt 
t-nriltlc*. nlro living «wsn. dinlnE 
room, large hrtgtlt kitchen. 

-'mi. njll hiaement. new on 
henJIng. inn amp wiring, drlve-ln 

garage, Lives $15fl groat Full prlp# 
$11,950 Good lerma arranged. Call 
MR. TOOTHII.L .fCvWUR 01 
MR- SEYf^l^TD-tCB^ or 


PETER W. BARDON 
"BEACON HILL PARK” 

What an Ideal location 
for s 4-hedroom family 
home with double plumb¬ 
ing and full basement. An 
easy-to-care for lot with 
fruit trees adds to the 
value of this choice home. 
Asking $28,200 and the 
owner will finance If your 
credit is good. Call 
385-6741 or 3X6-6233 any¬ 
time. 

DAVE NELSON-SMITH 

"TATTERSALL WAY” 

Pretty 4-BEDRM "COLO¬ 
NIAL” on a large LAND¬ 
SCAPED GARDEN lot 
with & BEAUTIFUL VIEW- 
ASKING $23,500 OR WILL 
TRADE FOR REVENUE 
4 or 5 SUITES. 385474L 
MRS. SIMPSON 


Please don't disturb own¬ 
ers. Taxes just $55 per 
year. Beautiful living 
room 22 ft. long. 2 good- 
size bdrms. Electric kit. 
Wired tor washer and 
dryer. Oll-O-Matic fur¬ 
nace, bsmt. ImmaculRte 
Even a little green house. 
Full price $15,400. Call 
385-6741 or 386-3989 
DORIS ADAMS 


"NO STEPS” 

High location, fantastic 
view. 2 bdrms, cosy liv¬ 
ing room, dinette, kitchen, 
stucco. New Oil-O-Matlc 
furnace. Spotless! G at w| 
you imagine? full price 
just $13,200, Call 385-6741 
or 386-3989 

DORIS ADAMS 

•SHELBOURNE PLAZA” 

A modem "like new” 
bedrm home located high 
on Cedar Hill Rd. Fine 
view. Drive-in garage. 
Partly finished b.tmt 
rooms with extra roughed- 
ki plumbing. Near bus, 
schools and shopping. Low 
CMHC interest rate. Call 

3854Z4L- 

FRED OWENS 


ROYAL TRUST 

Rc«) E*4ate Safes Ifepartmant 

Uplands, Four Bedrooms 
First Time on the Market 
See Tomorrow * Ad. $41,500 

Prospect Lake Waterfront 
Murtelpal wafer bring installed. A 
2-badronm rrmnfelldt bungalow 
wllh partial baaetnent and arparate 
garage on a landaroped and 
sroluded lot With lot* of tree* and 
exrellont swimming. New wiring 
Approved rapuc tank. $18,00(1. torm*. 

Fairfield in Oak Bay 
School District, Vacant 

Excellent arc*. S-yr.-oM bungalow 
8 hftti'iKims, 2 halhronm*. J fur pi 
Lot* of spare for morr rooms Ir. 
high ground level burmrni $27,800 

Eric Salm 388-4311 
Residence 385-1616 
ROYAL TRUST 

Comer Government and View Street 
Member Victoria Real Eitale Board 


Older home, good condition. 

room* extra large. Living 
dining room, I bedroom!, axied 
mltittrlal. Good holding proem. 
Call J. ML TWrthlll. $I«SIj 8 
nyUme. 

FATRFIF.LD 

tixurioo* new home. 9 bedroom* 
large separate tllnlrig rt»m, 9 
.•om! up. rec. room, bedroom 
and full vanity hath dn«-n. Urge 
tchen, *uhdeck and drlve-ln 
garage. 

J. M. TOOTHILL 

88S-M55; raa. MV-M»5 

AGENT: Commonwealth 
Investors Syndicate Ltd. 


BY BUILDER, NEW $-HF-DROOM 
innrrhaaFmefrt* home. Tudor style 
now nearing compfettcei! High on 
hui. overlooking entire Strawberry 
Vail nrea plenty nf privacy here 
$l.MO down will handle, full price 
SlK.m Call Ur. Janea, Mmt to 
view. 

L’NIVSJfMAL BUILDF.Rfl 
348 8 BEAC H DRIVE 

OAK BAY — UPLANDS BORDER 
A lovely home for Family or 
rduple, Den and Full Dining Room 
Rare opportunity to huy In this 
favored location. GOOD TERM.S, 
Reduced Prlre of $21 V«1 Hurry for 
one. Quick poccrvlon Info: 
Mr. Newton-White 388-6111. Ever. 
AS2-0$7(l. McCnndlcaa Realty 830 
Fort St. Son v No Sub*. 


$12,500 


All 


FAIRFIELD 
4 BEDROOMS 
$13,500 

Sure there'! * calch to ft 1 Thl* BIG 
FAMILY HOME need* redcroratint 
l ha* a w.wd and roel 
furnace But If If* a TOf NOTCH 
DISTRICT you w.rtt, end LOADS 
OF LIVING SPACE thl* 1* It 
DOUBLE SIZE BEDROOMS, large 
kltrhen, full remen! haiement wllh 
iii he-In garage and a beautlfuiu 
kept 60x320' lot In lawns and 
raiden Flhlah.lt off and you'ya got 
yourielf A PROPERTY YOU 
COULDN'T TOUCH FOR THIS 
PRICE. 

$5,000 DOWN AND ASSUME AN 
EXISTING FIRHT MORTGAGE OF 
$8,800 \T $90 PER MONTH OR IT 
MOf?T 1.1 K H L Y WOULD MG 
C M H.C. FINANCING WITH $1.B00 
DOWN AT ABOUT $8$ PER 
MONTR 

Frank Whitfield 18M741 nr 3S5-0MO 
Northwestern Secui itlea Ltd. 


Start the new year right 1 Anytime, or Res. m-5788. 
with the purchase of thlsL pmv . „ AY 
beautiful big home aittlng “™ V f A f A L, 
hiRh on « hill with ,,mlly hc *”' 

manddnK view* at m-r and 
mountains. Your lovely 
entrance way has thru 
hall and leads to our large 
20x14 carpeted living room 
with built-<ln chesterfield 
and floor to ceiling cut 
rock flreplaoe. View wall 
Is ell glass with sliding 
door to surrounding sun 
deck. On to your large car¬ 
peted dining room which 
also has large window 
facing the view, now thru 
to our modem elec kitchen 
with built-in stove and 
large breakfast nook, also 
with sliding glass doors to 
sundeck. Down your lone 
hall with three large bed- 
roome, 5-ptece bath with 
double sink ahd sunken 
tub, master bedroom with 
Its rsvn 2-plece bath and 
large double closets. Down- 
ntsiirs is large rec room 
also with floor-to-cHling 
cut rock fireplace and 
sliding door to carport, den 
or family room backs ibe 
fireplace. Two more bed¬ 
rooms arid 3-pieoe bath, 
large laundry and play 
area, workshop are also to 1477 - 3738 . 
be found. Extra large lot 
backed by hills and trees. 

Good 6*4 per cent mort¬ 
gage with payments of 
$120 PIT. Full price only 
$36,500. To view call 
388-4401 or 385-2870 
SHEILA RINHOFER 


Fxooifent .1 - bwlroom hnma 
large family alw gaa nr *feO 
hiti'lwn. I-pcp, Hath Full high 
haaement with rer. area partially 
rompleled. OOM heat inewi. Ask- 
ng ofilv 1H.4V1. Ideal <<v CMHC 
llnanrlna Tn view pleaae <Sdl Mr 
Dyer as*4fIW an?time 


OewtruiSed by quality builder TNI* 
hrand new IkSn* la designed In 
appeal to tlia moat diacrimlnaUng 
lallhl buyer. 

—Large living rrom-rtmlnf room. 
—Waaler hedrreim en aulll 
—Qulee aertuded «iH 
Cathedrat e ml ranee 
- Paved aireel wllh tmiterground 
Call Mr H'n* of Mr. Paraona tor 
prior .iewtn| W*«,19 (anytime'. 


H 

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M 

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S 


PEMBERTON 

1002 GOV'T 
384-8126 

"SINCE 1887” 


H 

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M 

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S 


rviigtiiful family home, aparkltn* 
new, I bedroom* Larte Hving 
room, dining ell Sundeck. Full 
baaement ia roughed-ln for extra 
room* Excellent achoola Including 
grade 18. Beautiful cminlrv almn* 
phera vet only 30 mlnulf! from 
city. Aikin* $3,901 — financing can 
be arranged. To view pleaae «lmt 
MRS, ELLEN SPEERS, SS-24T1 
anytime. 

HANDYMAN? 

RENTAL INVESTOR? 

Taka a look at 1737 Denman St 
Old hmis* needs a lot of work, but 
It has a haaement and three or 
four bedroom*. Nice level lot. We 
are asking $8,500 Call MRS. 
WEBB. 385-8471 anytlma or rei. 477- 
$0tfi. 

UNIVERSITY 

hong, low and lovely. Thl! rancher 
la one of the moat attractive homea 
in Vlctoila. Situated on half-acre of 
land wllhln walklhg distam-e tn Ihe 
unlveratty. Owner haa moved !o 
Calgary and must Hell. Four 
bedroom! — $ hath* Beautiful oak 
flnors Fruit lieei Many, extras 
Priced to sell at 138.100 but will 
consider offer! Thnne CARMAN 
ANGUS. 8852471 anytime, or Rea 
477-4586. 

TIRED OF 
"JUST LOOKING?” 

Let m* show you thl! heaullful 
"new" 3-bedroom colonial style 
home located In a i»nur»»oue 
uniting near Mount Dougla* Park. 
Feature! include balh and one half. 
.'Ireplace, large aundeck, havdword 
flcSiis. full haaemenl ready fot 
devfloBfpent. carport, a kitchen tn 
excite any discriminating home¬ 
maker. Well price at I24,3fln with 
exceptional term*. Al«n aevertl 
other Gordon Head family home* — 
some with »e* view*. Cal! OWEN 
COVIELLO, 3853471 anytlma or re* 


"TOO GOOD TO LAST'* 

2 BEDROOMS LIVING RM AND 
PINING RM COMBINATION 

— ■yraSiB? 

FUU. HTGH BAnMENT 
CARPORT. « YR& OUT) AND 
ONLY «W.flm CHARM INC 
PA NORMA fc VIEW IN THE Mr 
VIEW DIST. $(» MILES TO CITY 
C BAIRD, a*8«m ANYTIME. 

THREE BEDROOMS 
$13,700 

CTyitee torollon. No ha.semerd. Otl 
furnace In goud ermWInn. To Mew 
phone Mr*. Wmiao* W5AT94 any 
time. 

FOR PEOPLE WHO KNOW 

good bu 

duple* In ... —. 
their own 4-pce vanity hath, 
anaeious kitchen. X-R and 1 bdrm 
Top autle uaed as 2-bedrm at 
present. FuH hemt. OOM 
ASKING $18.0* 

Re first to aee this. L Wlltarmutb, 
J6-357H or *5-11794 anytime 


uy Thl* 1a a clo«e-In 

A-l ahape Each have 


$26,750 

3-BEDROOM BEAUTY 

This auperh’ home feature* nuch 
nuaiitv as Tema aandatmw full wall 
FP and hall divider, w-w carpet*, 
t nrlon floor* ln kit, DR an-1 a 
dream vanity hath. Full high 
-nement with room tor 3 more 
bedrooms and rumnu* room with 
FP Dr-in garage, wiuafed <sn nuiet 
ttreet, cloee to all convenience* 
Call Markyta Mare* for more 
detail* 388-8754 anyllme. 

NEW FOR YOU 

L«velv 3-bMronm home with large 
L-ahaped dining and living room 2 
‘wthroom*. Full haaemenl Only 
IM.tofl. K Wright 882-8406 or 885- 
.194 anytime. 


1261 WOODWAY —2 BR 
HIGH BASE.—ALL GOOD 
CONDITION THROUGHOUT 
HARBOR VIEWS —$8950 
CASH OR TERMS ! ! 

An outstanding entail home tor 
LIVING or INVESTMENT' I EMClu- 
slv* i.feting — aee H wtth Mr. W. 
a Cameron, »8-555a. 

NEW —BRAND NEW 
GORDON HEAD 
BRIGHT, GOOD LOOKING 

Here la your nppoHtgilly to move 
Into a well-built 3-BR. Baamt. New 
home, with duuhle vanity plumbing, 
HW floor*. On dead-end atneet. 
underground wiring Catdevislon 
$34.3011. reaaonahle terms. J. M 
Ta>lnr'38K-555& eve*. IB4-9902. 

$18,950 

CADBORO BAY 
SEMI-SECLUDED 

Very attractive S-bedrnnm bungalow 
with large living form w-Mh open 
fireplace, dlnlne room. 4-pce hath 
and ratline! ktlohen No baaement. 
few alepe. Automatic oil hot water 
heating Attached double garage 
and large separate garage and 
workshop Secluded rear patio 
Lo* e! - garden 

Call Mr. ‘Hop* $.<« MSS anytlma 


10 MILE POINT 
SEA VIEWS 
$31,500 

Start th# New Year off right' Ba 
Ihe Proud owner id thJi l-Wdrpcm. 
Avear-old, low level, tniflpalow. 
Owner enalneered and denaned Fe 
comfort and luxunoua living- 77ii« 
home feature* a 26x35 ft living 
room with floor to ceiling fireplace 
Arleona llmettoOf Walnut panel¬ 
ling with illnlng door* leading !o 
tn 1 tided patio 314 bathrooms, large 
utility room ' eauipped Nr w**hex» 
dryer. Ismr garage Plu* a ttouhld 
carport altuated on a moet attrac* 
lively landscaned lot. Further 
tnf'vmallnn aa to location and prlca 
bv phoning. 

477-3994 $84-8336 

MR. SOUTHWARD 


NEW YEAR’S 
OPPORTUNITY 

Be the early hind to view thi* 
ailractiv* J-bedrocen bungalow with 
attached, wide front drive, garage. 
(•■•rV open fireplace In living room 
with "L" shape dining room. Built-In 
oven and range ln dandy Wtrhen. 
Excellent tocalirei In COlwmd clrwa 
to all amenities. Only flB.BW vvlth 
JS.tgXl down Call now. Frank 


_Uller, 479-7JT7 
appotnlment. 


to arrant* an 


LAKEFRONT 
Closet* gak>r« in this cosy, 
compact cottage for two 
Lovely vanity bathiootn. 
Two waterfront lots. Ask¬ 
ing $17,900 with terms. 
Call 

388-4401 nr 4784886 
FRAN MoVrrriE 


UNIVERSITY AND 
OAKWOOD AREA 


tf Um# and an aarly poatesainn 
date Is Importanl. make It a point 
to see thl* tradltlhtiallv styled three- 
bedroom family home Spacious 
living room ana large dining "L". 
The pleasing feature! of this 
combination would be th* raised 
health and fireplace with panelled 
wall over, illdlng aundeck doors, 
and the wide wall Spaces left to 

[ i "vide fur big furniture nieces 
lurry to ihe kitchen! A natural 
wood beaulv wllh built-in range and 
oven — and lots of ealln* apace 
Being ctose to the university may 
be one of your reoulrrmenta, In 
such case the panelled study will 
he a welcome I'ghi (elementary 
and lunior high school! handy tom 
Exceptionally high baaemant wllh 
i eady to develop feature*. Clutter, 
without fretting, iht* rear carpoit 
i an'i be ie*n from lha etreel 
25 500 on term! Call SIMON 
LETT, anytime, I85-M73. 


MOVING! ! 

It wouM nice to pince 
your helompng* into this 
one-y^ar-otf! stucco home 
in Ihe University district. 
Large living room, brick 
fireplace, wall-ttvwall car¬ 
peting. Large kitchen with 
nice eating area and gutv- 
. deck off. Two sleepy bed 
Vjoms, 4-pfece vanity bath¬ 
room. Caithedral entrance 
Full cement baaemant. 
OOM heating. Asking 
$17,750 with terms. So let’s 
make a deal. Juet phone 
388-4401 or 385-9966 
JANET SLATER 


BEFORE YOU BUY 
SEE A 


j. McLaren const. 
HOME 

6TT-86U 
OR 


OAK BAY 

By owner, Tudor atyle, S-hedroom 
home, cosy living room with 
fireplace, dining room, bright new 
mahogany . kiicben. tepwrale 
rage, low, low taxci. Half block 
frum bus. alores and all oonvenV 
ence* Aiklng price $16,800, $4,000! 
down. Pit $8 6*8888 anytime 

UPLANDS — MODERN SPACIOUS 
ranchityl# hnme with 8 gnnd 
bedroom* and 2 complete balh 
room* Full price, 648,800, term*. 
Owner. 3KM6M. 


—Prim# Wa I erf root 
—Southern Expoauro 
—ltd Ft nf Private Beach 
—Clear Sheltered Water 
—BallIn*. Fishing. Cruialng 
—Only Minute* in city Centra 
—Waierfismt ti a Vanishing 
Cnmmortlly 

—Priced at Only $28.nnn 
Fnr This l.nvelv Treed Lr* 

By Appointment Wllh 
MRS. JACKIE WALDRON 
388-4401 or 383-1480, or 
MRS. B. MITCHELL 
388-4401 or 477-2825 
Shirley Phllpa' Homeflnder* 


J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

■B-9T41 ANYTIME 

VIEW ROYAL 
2 BEDROOMS 
OVER ACRE 
$10,500 

You can get early possession of ttd* 
oozy home with approx $1,500 down 
sni the balance like low rent. Good 
aized living room, lafge kitchen. '■ 
dronm* High kieatiosv J. Render- 
arm 385-9741 anytime 


A. BERNARD A CO. LTD. 
fort and Broad streets 
384-9335 
DAY OR NIGHT 

2 OR 3 BEDROOMS 
QUADRA SCHOOL AREA 

Immaculate stucco bungalow Ulu- 
aled on quiet etreet ck»e to S J. 
WILLIS and QUADRA SCHOOLS 
Nice bright living rm with 
ftivpUce, aeparale dining rm., 
lovely electric kitchen, nlca tiled 
vanity bathroom and 1 good alarri 
l>edrocims on main floor Large 
partly finished bedroom and apa- 
cioua finished ren, room In hrlght 


HIGH QUADRA 
$ Bedrooms Plus On* 

$20,$00 

Home nf quiet distinction with good 
ala* living room. Large kttrhen with 
hullt-ln oven and range. Very nice 
extra room with 2-nfer* bathroom 
In high haaement Good mortgage 
J. Ettama lOt-Tltl 

ETTIMA REALTY 
Old faahioned, drpendahl* aervlca. 


CDttNTRY LOCATION 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
Newly completed attractive h" 

••f 6 spacious rm*., larga living 
rm . with fireplace, (lining rm., 8 
bedrms. and ampl* apace fnr 
another bedrm.. and family rm . 
In lh* high bamt. Ti**d lot nicely 
landscaped a terrlflo buy on Ihe 
Inw prlre of $23,900 
C H HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
GOT View 885-11824 or 184 7689 


blah haaemenl. Separate attached 
garage and extra apace tor boat Or 
frailer. Excluaively Usted at 
$18,900 

Mr. Belcher. 884-9585, 182-2848 re*. 

SPLIT LEVEL 
3 BEDROOMS 

rm macula 1# Ayr -old 32S6 »d ft 
home atuatad on nice rul-de-aar 
and among*! nlep home* In popular 
Rlchamond Shetboume are* Lovely 
lltxM llfeng mom. family aia* 
dining room wUh eliding doon onto 
aundeck. Sptflou* 19*13 electric 
kitchen wllh pieniv of dining are* 
for a large family. 4-pr* vanity 
bathroom and aeparaV 2-pce ofl 
twln-*l*e maater tv dronm Expen 
alvely flnfehed 17x13 rec rm. end 
I plumbed and wired for washer and 
dryer Nicely landacaned end large 
lank yard P »na i l nn nut until 
Feb. or March excluaively listed 
at 


THREE BEDROOMS 
PLUS 

ON A QUIET STREET 

ThH »no*t atlrartlv# apiit-le'el 

bungalow ia only four rtar! oli 
Spacious entrance halt Living room 
18x19 with fireplace. DlTUrtg room 
(.8x11 kltrhen with bright breakfast 
non*. Four piece vanity bathroom. 
Three bedroom*, living room and 
dmlna room an h«v* gleaming 
hardwood floor*. Utility room, or 
fourth bedroom. OU hot air heat. 

Baaement garage. _ 

CLEAR TITLE 
FULL PRICE 83.SOB 
W. WOODLEY 

184-8124 $84-8914 

MAGNIFICENT VIEW 
OVER ELK LAKE FROM 
THE WINDOWS OF THIS 
BRAND NEW COLONIAL 
AT 5251 PAT BAY 
HIGHWAY 

Set hack front th* road an H acre 
of acenlc aurroundtag* wtth th* 
warm sandy beech for aummer 
enjoyment lu* a few yard* from 
the door It offer* all one could 
require for comfortable and fmov¬ 
able tiring. The ground level offer* 
• apaclnua oarpated erdmnre which 
*He« accrue to beam toil recreation 
room, bedroom and 4-pce balh, aa 
ell aa a potential fourth bedroom 
and of course lot! of idlllly ares 
Up to# carpeted stair* to toe Urge 
living room, dining mote gUrtiesi. 
hath, and 1 bedroom. You rnuat 
aee th* Intartor to really appreciate 
the excellent design and dMor. 


RUSTIC I-YEAR-OLD SHAKE 
mnt bungalow, architecturally de 
signed Larga room* with many 
extra*. Large view window*, otar- 
looktog Taeheum Harbor. Terma 
$&BOO cash and 410,000 mortgage at 
7 per cent Phone $85-7248 — 
*$4-407$. 


2.02 ACRES 

GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE 
Just 3 years old and con¬ 
structed to rigid V.L.A 
specifications. This 4-levol 
2-bedroom p«?st and beam 
prestige country home has 
many extras. Only $28,500. 

388-4401 or 478-2459 


A BRAND NEW 1-BEDROOM ROME I SHIRLEY WILDE 


I In Thetis HMkhti at MI.OIVi r«r| 

_ ; mnr* inTormatl'to phnaa 47MB7(,i 

CONSULT TOUR REALTOR - PbWB* 1 CcnatrucUoo Oo. Ltd. 


THIS IBEDRtXlM HUMK ON 
large high lot In Vic Weat can he 
vuura fix $100 per month wllh 
icavinable down payment. Needs 
decorating hut very anuml 2 
hathnxima Ideal boarding hnuae, 
duplex tx- family home. $13,500. 
Immediate poaaessioiv 3R2-8*Sti. 

OAK BAY. ' ati-YEAR-OLD RASE 
ment bungalow, 3 liedrooma, dining 
room. Sfe per rent financing. Save 
M.nm on Iniereat from the new raie 
today quiet atreet Close to *H 
convergence!. $8,800 raah 
handle. Full arte# 04 500 phone 
owners, BK-1641. 


CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES 
Built to foot requlrtraesti am th* 
lot ot your chotoa. fee down pay 
merit All lypea ftnandfil avail 
able, a I an plana and • predication* 
Cuniult ui for detail* by phoning 
K- Ulrich at $M-gni 

Vlg-IA 


$24,800 

Mr Reirber 


Priced at *3* life) 
FRANK BUTLER 


fll-Wt 


$3.(100 DOWN. BRAND NEW $ BEDR, 
first atoi It youraelf and aave 
FMU price, tlT.SOa IH14R 


SEVEN PER CENT 

NHA Mortgage on this outatandlng 
6-rm . 3-bedrm . Wand hew ipM 
level on Reel Have*, Drive. 5Ud 
IA am down will handle a 
P.LT. Full prtoe, $11,900 
For more Info, pleeae phone 
PETER POLKT 
tn-im, Ret. 892-1497 


d 4& 


LANGFORD 
STTf Stralnvire Rnad 
8-bedroom. 82.000 down 478-4446 


BY BUILDER 
2545 ASQUITH 

Just completed — S-bedroom, full- 
liaaement hopie- $20,90(1. 3S4-8811. 


MR. FIXIT NEEDED FOR THB A 
best room rxvalep bungalow, part 
baaement. Extra large tot Exrel- 
Irml term!. Asking $10. -W. Call 
JEAN HBCKEY at QSM294 or re* 
3S6-9W 

BA-STION SQUARE PROPFJtTW* 
OK VIC TORIA LTD 

UPLAND^ 37S EXETER RD. 
new 2-storey home, eparlou* room* 
Vi block from eeler, 7S, per cent 
mortgage avatiahle. Ptv bulfder, 385- 
7241 


LET'S TALK TERMS 


vendor hag been trewferred and 
wlahe# quirk aotirr as his family 
ren Join Mm. Ttill genpeftv tg 
alluated on a nice tot tn EsQUL 
MALT It conrarlae* of Hving room, 
dining room. den. I h*dfonm« ana 
oahlnet electrtc kitchen All tofa 

plus nu-o-malto furnace can be 
your* for 

ONLY $12,950 

pgn£l 

EBwriMAl.T so be one rf to* flrat 

Hwm by phentng now *>: 

"ARMY” ARMSTRONG 
385-1448, Res. 479-2855 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


niSTflM-SUILT HOMES BY EX 
perienced craRafnen *• tow ai pm 
inacH. Trrtodna ronaidarad. Phona 
Mr. Sober ti, 1*4036$. 


IN SIDNEY NEAR THE SEJA 
Aktrarttve Mrakrxnn ra>k tovet In 
exretlrnt dUlrtcL I yeert old, tti* 
par oant matMa 62L800. 6M4T~ 


«3».4«1 

GLENMANOR PARK 

have another S-hedroom. full 
hascmcni home ready far orcu- 
nancy This horoa tl Wear Utl# hu« 
we will arrange fioalfcing an drlva 
out and aee thla outstanding buv 
lodav. Entrance nff Sooke Rd via 
Ridley Drive or ttotma H. BUk*. 4W- 
1272 anytime. 

OLYMPIC HOMES LTD. 
l IMS Tort Street 


•- * J- A I X 








154 PROPIRTY FOR SAL1 1S4 PROPERTY FOR Mtl 


153 WANTfD TO »UY 
v HOUSES 


iaUllMnM, Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5 ISO HOUSP FOR SAU ,110 HOUSES POR SALE 


BUILDING SITE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
HALF ACRE 

as-4351 Level clear land. 80x297 Good 
location on munlelBal water and 
facing on Oaved road surrounded 
by new homea Good term* on full 
price of ISfiOO. Call I8S«41 or 47*- 


RITHET AGEN CIES 
LIMITED 


FIRST TIME ON MARKET 
WATERFRONT 
10 MILE POINT 

Unsurpassed view* from fhla well- 

.built / •* ..* **—*•—~ 

bungalow. 


WANTED 

ij bedroom baaement home, with 
large fenced lot. CM* to commer¬ 
cial area In high Ouadra or Lake 
Hill alea preferred. Client Wl* 
|15,00t caih or part payment. Call 

LEN LEDOUX 

182 1852 


HOUSKS POR SAU 1150 HOUSES FOR SAL! 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

3639 SHELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

899 FORT STREET 
385-1448 


RWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK 
LTD. 

608 Broughton St. 385-2481 


TOWN It COUNTRY 


_ _ 1 -bedroom 

___ pull high cement baae- 

iment, oil heat, panelled den Eaailj 
maintained and secluded garden 


GENTLEMAN'S 
RESIDENTIAL 
ESTATE 
TUDOR STYLE 

—8 Bedroom* 

—I Bathroom* 

- Living rm, 30x35 
—Dining rm, 25x20 

. —Coey den 

—Modem kftdien 
—Rec rm, *b« 2 B 
-Oil H-water Mg 
—Stable* 

— It 14 arm ___ 

Located on Island Highway 4 mile* Mayfair Really Ltd. 
*outh of Duncan. Two aloreya, each 

with 1700 eq. ft- ptua full baaement. -- 

Ample water auppty. New ahake „_, 

roof. Owner ha* recently •pent COLWOOD l 

$14,000 on updating renovation*. , __ ...... 

PRICE ERASOTOALLY REDUCED ^ W ach££ ^AH* I 
569,500 tree*. SecluMoo will 


Lnintned and aeciuded garden. 

552,000 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
Mr. Jeffrey, 4T7 1551 

WATERFRONT 

In Ardmore araa, 
location, — 

•loping to aandy 
••din a frloga of 
of M. 

515,900 


BB48. Norlhweatem Securities Ltd. 

BILL ANDERSON 


3*5-2458 or 

* WANTED 

RETIREMENT HOME 
For Alberta couple Ju*t arrivedland 
preaently living In a motel Their 


OPEN HOUSE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
1915 LISNOE 

FRI. AND SAT. 2:00-4:30 


J ! ONE LEFT ! I 

DON'T HESITATE 

NEW 3 BR. — BSM’ 


51500 DOWN 
HOME AND REVENUE 
51500 DOWN 

—Tip-Top stucco TRIPLEX 
-—Separate meters 
—Individual heating units 
—Close-in location 
—Excellent ronlaJ erea. 

For further particulars,' 
please call: 

DICK JAME6 or ED JUPp[S«m* 
385-2481 BSK 


INVESTMENT CO, LTD. 
Ull Government 8 L 


HIGH CORDOVA BAY 
NEW SUBDIVISION 


w• — - - — | pirmniy ii vinK m * mm*.■ • Thf if | 

—-. in an exclusive main requent I* very few "ter* •****; 

secluded property, gently baaement I* dedrabla. Will pay to 

- blech AN cleared gig,500, 

large trees an front Cali 

LEN LEDOUX 

385-245* or M98M 


LIMITED 
KW Diugla* St 
*82-727$ 


OPEN HOUSE 

wi B W6 ST., P tVAK BAY I 
OAK BAY 

$21,500 

See dltplay ad In financial 
aectlon. 


Oppoalle Central Saanich Municipal 
Hail, this well-kept IS-yr-old beauty 
feature* living room with fireplace 
and W-W carpet. 2 bedroom*, **pce 
bath, electric cabinet kitchen with 

SSTiA*&£S MAKE ARRANGEMEN7B NOW 

toilet and baaln and 1 or 2 TOR YOURraOlCIOF COLOR^ 
bedroom* or rumpua room. Saps ETC, ASCOTfSTRUCTlON IS NOT 

rata large double garage., COMPLETED. 

$17,500 with Termt tSmineu* or j 

CLIFF SALMOND ^?im» T 2nytu« 

477-3626 385-1448 

. . . . » UNIVERSITY 

GORDON HERD 

DE LUXE SECLUSION brand new. imm 

SEA VIEW PANCY. S BEDROOI 

BASEMENT. DDO 
LUXURIOUS UIDROOk Sip 13 ' 4 n K 
RANCHER-TYPE HOME HAS PGE_ THIS BEA 
LAUNDRY ROOM. EXTRA UTIL HOME IS OK A S 
ITY ROOM. LOVELY RUSTIC SAC STREET WT 
LIVING ROOM WITH SEAVIEW, GROUND WIRING 

HOMEMAKER'S KITCHEN WITH VISION, LARGE LO- - . 

ROMANTIC DINING AREA IN NOW FOR AS LITTLE AS *4 4001 
EVERY TYPE OF TREE POS DOWN. PHONK 477-1*56 OR CALL 


IN CENTRAL SAANICH 

ONLY 519.950 


A. BERNARD k CO. LTD, 

H -Fort St. Mr. Jeffrey, 1*4-MSS. 
raa. 477-1551 


OPEN HOUSE 
3056 IRMA ST. 
FRIDAY 1-4 P.M. 
OFF MADDOCK AVE. 


WANTED 

LARGE APT BLOCK 

SO tulle* or over, mint be fully 
modem wilb elevator aervlre If over 
1 Morey. H80.000 caah ului other 
valliable property including a 100 
acre farm cioee to Victoria a* part 
down payment. Till* all! , be 


OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. 1-4 P M 
879 LANGHOLME 
Brand new 1 -bedroom bungalow 
on a quiet itreet of new home* 
The treed hill behind I* 
beautiful. Per ha pa the best 
planned full baaement In all 
Victoria where there I* provi 
• Inn for 2 mare bedroom* pin* 
another 4-pc. balhroom. The 
rumpus room ha* a fine 
fireplace. Occupancy In 2 day* 
If de aired. 

Asking 521,900 

Call DAR GARS IDE, 306-7521 


BEACHCOMBERS AHOY I 


Collect wood on your own beach 
and *11 around a crackling Ora In 
the luxury of a panelled living room 
with warm wall-to-wall carpet. An 
all-glaia picture wall leta you enjoy 
the ever-changing seascape. Dining 
room and kitchen loin In tne glorious 
view. An elegant bathroom, 9 plea* 
ant bedroom* and a workshop core 

K ‘ i the plctur* of thli excellent 
a of modem dealga A full 14 
„ acre nicely landacaped. make* II 
nrw eligible for V L A. Full price ln- 
I nt eluding the adjoining vacant H acre 
H 1 * $39,900 Your Inspection Invited 

ft-.-- «,477 

SIDNEY. 


ERIC A. MACFADYEN 

12-8748 Day tr Evening* 


■L-RPTIRnriM *112 P-I-T Excellent lot i 

1-BLDKUUM location. SP *22,500. Court e*y 

. DE LUXE RANCHER -le.mea Phone *82-727$. 1 

WITH BUILT-INS 

JUST $19,600 $16,250,00 

Exceptionally neat and well- EXCELLENT VALUE 
built 3-bedroom, no-step, %tarl old ^ mod * rn 
RANCHER situated in one bedroom i.tving m* aHi t 
of Cohvood's finest residen- i!I 8< Fuif SaUment.'driw 
tiaJ areas. Features include ,en 

a comfortable 17x11 living R- l. bergstrom^ ^ 
room with attractive raised- 382 s “ 4 
hearth fireplace, large dm- HOMEOWNER 

** area, very functional pLUS J1500 down 
kitchen with built-in range 

and oven, 4-pce. vanity bath- ««• ' 

room, OOM heating, quality unity room. OOM^nt water y 
W/W broad loom and Cotton tomorrow. $hcne F. COLOMBIN 
flooring. This delightful ,27i 
home has brick and wood $11,000 UNFINISHED 
siding, Duroid roof, and sits $12,000 FINISHED 
PRETTY AS A PICTURE 

__ o 7 c v i 7 c „iu, i Remodelled home In Town A Ci 

on a 75X175 partially treed lry 4raa . Buy now and save * 1 , 

lot, YOU MUST SEE THIS *’ u » ^rete ™^ v r ,^ r c 

ONE t ! 

ED JUPP 


SEAVIEW ACREAGE 
SAANICH PENINSULA'S 
FINEST 


COLONY REALTY NEEDS YOUR 


TIFFANY HOMES LTD. 

Aa we are new In Victoria, w* win 
uully pay more for your building 


HOUSE NOW I I I Lilted balow era 
■dim of our buyara. 


Thl* properly waa planned lo 
accommodate sn ultra modem 

• eatate-type home hut owing lo 
I line aa owner cannot carry out hi* 

ad D P plan*. Maaalve atone and wrought 
I, nea r Iron gatea front the 4-acre proaerty 
BETTY and graded gravelled road lead* to 
high building iit« overlooking 
Saanich Inlet. Full Baking trice 

• • $35,500. For further information call 

38541741 or <79 8*48 

BILL ANDERSON 

Northweatem Securities Ltd. 


5800 DOWN 

<17.800 Full Price) I 

1 . bedroom*, living room, kit¬ 
chen. Lot J7WXUK). Drive by 
3157 Pembroks and If you would 
like ' “ ■" 


.„ .... _ .... GLEN 

McGRF.GOR, 38*7521 or re*. 477- 
*675. 

FIVE MINUTES 
FROM TOWN 
» 58950 

Spaclou* bungalow with COM¬ 
MERCIAL amlng Clean and 
comfy or would renl tomorrow! 


Asking $28,500 
CLIFF SALMOND 


WATERFRONT 
ACREAGE 
PATRICIA BAY 


IN OUR UNIVERSITY AREA FOR 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, START I 
INC AT **.000 DOWN. 


385-1448 


For present oaa or Investment tor 

future development this la one of ... . •••• 

I ha finest parcela of land available sp.TTrRF-R.nNT — 2 bed room • — 
In North Saanich, rive acres with JL n PMOOVflaH caah. Plaaaa call 
;f aea front UGANDA STARR. *86-3231 or 476 

. OMtrM And ma 

_ with treed aeclualon 

Inward* the water. Zoned reilden- •••• aaaa 

ttal subdividing. Offered ml *43.500. 

— --MR. SIMPSON. S85-7S8B ANY AREA — Need home up to 

111,000 Baaement not necessary. 
Pemberton, Holme* Ltd. Pleas* call WANDA STARR any 

3003 Government Street time at 3863XU or 478-3084 Poaaea- 

Exclusive alon and of ajnuary. 


APARTMENT SITE 


THE LAST OF THE __ 

5 PER CENT MORTGAGES! 

Aa attractive J bedroom, no-ba»-1 cultivated ~'"- 
ment home, close to church, store 
and acbool*. an a nicely meed lot -— -- 
rm- Large living room w4ih fireplace, s»4-si-*. 

SIT'KYl alonallyi. Large entrance ball in dkdng roam, sunny IdlcbHi with aep- 

* ■ • mahogany and stairway up. Soper- irate laundry and an extra play 

Thli well built full baaement alee living room la Zlxll Large room oft. OOM heal. Oemenf pauo 
bungalow la a* pretty aa a kitchen hat lovely mahogany cnhl- at back leads to garage. II a really 
plctur* on Its well landacaped nets, itakdeia sink and many other worth seeing aa call 
100x96 aewered lor. There are faatursa. Off hallway la laundry -, De t. rvTlT WATTlRON 
two bedroom a tpluil. a aeparale room plumbed tor automatic. 6 pce MRS. J AUVlh, WAUiiWh 
dining room. fireplace, oak bath, and 2 large bedrooms. 0001401 or 383-1480. Of 
floor*, and all the aervlcea of Upstair* are 3 very large bedroom* 4 ’ 

ihe Lake Hill diatricl are clow Md large 8 -pce bath. Full hue- wipe ROBBIE MITCHELL 
View by appointment only with mert hag OOM hast, copper uunnin 

IAN A BOORMAN. 3867511 plumbing. MW wiring Could be 388-4401 or 477-21K) 
duplexed! Lot la 8tel4S. cka* to 

bua. atarea and schoola. Stucco Shirley Phllpa’ Homellnder* 


GOOD SxS DUPLEX — Anywhere. 
Earl McLarhlan, *86*231 or *83 93*8. 


LOVELY BUILDING SITE 

Six-mil* rtrrVe. screw and wale 
wo road*. Nice ortgiard. 3.5 at 
TUa drained. Full erica $8,300. 

WILF DAVIES 

-*•19*1 *85 

John Blrftoo Royal Oak Prop* 


CASH HOW FOR LOTS 
GO Moor const.. 479-1101 

WANTED—LOTS AND ACREAGE. 
Highland District *M-1438._ 


385-2481 


GEORGE RANDALL LTD. 
.184-8109 

96 HOUR SERVICE 


DESPERATE SITUATION! 

PROFESSIONAL MAN MOVING TO| 
VICTORIA Jan. L 19W, would like 
a large older home, with 4 bed¬ 
room 1 . 3 baths, full basement; pre¬ 
ferably in Ihe Oak Bay High School 
dlstrirt Price range $35,000 to 

“piSia call t ERIK A. BRUHN. 
3867521 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT Co. Ltd. 


MONTREAL TRUST 
1057 Fort 386-2111 

•Any Time) 

“Cnmnlefe Real Rafale Service 
Acroaa Canada" 


$19,500 

CLIFF SALMOND 


F. N. CABELDU LTD. 
1212 Broad Street 383-7174 


MARIGOLD 


$2500 DOWN 
Here la a tidy 2 -bedrwm bungalow! 


ANOTHER YEAR 
And I need listing* of all kind* but 
eioeclallv *mall M* and acreage In 
Melchoaln-Happy Valley: Two and 
three bedroom modem bungalow* 
lo 125.000: Building lot* up to *2750 
- „ CLIENTS WAITING. HONEST 
SINCERE EXPERIENCED HELP 
‘J** IN ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE 
to*: PROBLEMS. 


40-ACRE HOLDING 
NEAR LONG BEACH, 
TOFINO 


385-1448 


On Grant Rd„ 18 acre* of * 1 ew 
property. View of Sooke Harbour, 
treed, creek running through one 
corner. 

QUADRA REALTY LTD. 
385-1431 

Phil Strut 477-305* 


small family or a 
Easy to heat and 

__ _ _ala Large tot 96x25(1 

approx. Full price only $8500 baJ. al 
-ill per month. To view call A. 
Kirn man HQ-4693 (home) or office 
*84-8109. • 


ESQUIMALT iXd%upV 

On* of the bed view* of Ihe 
Olympic* and the aea nn this 
laland, a modern 2 -bedroom 
Irinie on nearly >* acre with a 
rock garden. This home haa a 
rue living room with fireplace, 
rah. kltrticn, dining rpom. extra 
guext room .close to beach for 
fishing: only 10 minutes from 
Ihe heart of the City (25.5m. (Quadra St. area, 
Call JOE SHORT — 3862111 (Any j bedroom bungalow 
Timei [oil fumare, mode 


CLOSE-IN 

YOUNG BUNGALOW 


JOURNEY’S END 


OwMr advise* baa approx (S.nno 
worth cf Handing timber. Priced at 
- PHONE J. 1. Wile 


$ 12,000 caah. - .. . 

LIAMS at 3862955. 

Mayfair Realty Ltd. 


If yor are retired and looking tor • hagh ... 

suitable home, then consider thl* compact easily 
ilow attractive and immaculate 3-bed- close to bua a 

a rai- room bungalow. Coay living room terms avaUabie. 

, hrll wllh fireplace. 4 piece vanity 

pool, bathroom. Large cabinet electric 

1 M 0 tote hen with eating »re*. Full, hleh 
yzL cement basement. Separate aaraee. 

* Easily kept grounds. Near Ihe 

ocean and close to bua service and 
a shopping centre. II'* In Ihe 
at Fairfield area Ion. Asking (19.951). 

Me For further Infoimatlon and detail* 

477 . please lelephnne 


‘ ' PHIL SIMPSON, 1867521 

URGENTLY REQUIRED 
FOR CASH 

2 or * bedroom home within I Mile 
Circle. Must have 1-* or more 

DTLMAkHUMl 3867521 or 982-104* 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 


ALMOST A HILLTOP 


dlalrlct It meant matter Mhcjuj. „ 0 ^AND FILTERS HERB ACRES, CROFTON AREA 

needs repairs or redecorating HIGH CORnoVA RAY erlih approximately 1,000 M B F,. 

Urgently 1 caul red for a I left In this lovely location. Tree* second growth: and 200 M.B.F. old 

nurchaaar Call u. at any lima *85- Mlmjs.sSL hSx! growth. FahuJnua aubdlvdaloo pntrn- 

> U1 owner 477-01* ,l »>- Approximate elevation 200 fu 

_____ . ■ . Asking price *200 per acre. 

K-ACRK LOTS Excellent terms available. For 

OAK BAY Good drainage, mostly cleared, acme more Information, phone or writ* 

•» ninnmM*: view, 10 minutes from tenwn. 16,000. Bill Pool al Nanaimo Realty Co. 

4 ntunuuina EASY TERMS Call TED CHAR Ltd.. 17 Church St.. Nanaimo, B.C 

Pacific Ave., Thompson Ave and TRES. SH62956, SS6550H. Mayfair - ' -' ~~ c - - T 

aurrounding area reouealed by Realty Ltd. 4 VERY DESIRABLE ACRES. 

client nut needing poeaeaalon until ---— Cleared — view property — gentle 

MARCH !1ST BUILDING LOTS aaaiera alope, on water and paved 

J.. ' NHA approved. On aewer. Paved road. In 12 mil* circle. Asking 

Pleas* call _ cut-de-aae For mar* informant® (22.000. *82-7276. Salesman D. Dowa- 

A. BERNARD & CO. LTD. ley 

Mr Belcher. *84-9335, 884 2848 re*. PHELPS CONSTRUCTION Town A Country Really Ltd. 

m^n E he™fffIr L ndai.e «a™ GEHTLYgoemi LfSO 

fSSiiJiJtSj^“cllK 

Y bedroom., dining room, full base- Jenaonjktond Horn- Ltd. 3867543, 

Rol»ton° , Creac*nt °*r*a* : ZLHHEL - ‘Jn^ro* sJS.roto 

Rolalpn Crescent area uorj LARGE CLEARED LOT 73.5x334* ,td.. 823 Yale* Street. Victoria 

S, S V Montague S^A^ SSUK , ACREAGE FOR ~ SALE? 

a 551 " c “ - 47S,Q0 °- R «* uy JSK -bJSSJ J3J Ttc w,,h cT.5 

_ _ GEORGE CHAN, the Sped*11 ti n 

-ON SEWER. NEXT TO 861 BRET! Land. 3862955. Mayfair Realty Lid. 


GORDON HEAD 

3 acre* of choir* nropertv with 
modem 2 -brdroom home. h»* a 
Hung room with an eleclrlr 
- fnoplacc. cah. kitchen, dining 
are* full high cement have 
meat. Highly deilrahle residen 
lial area (3fl.fl00. 

Call JOE SHORT — 3862111 (Any, 
Time 1 


Connell Place. 


OAK BAY 
13 SUITES 


385-1448 


. WANTED FOR 
CASH 5$ BUYER 
2 bedroom, no basement 
bungalow, in any good area 
close to town 


RURAL —2 BEDROOMS 
.68 ACRE 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


UPLANDS 


preferably I 
Oak Bay or Fairfield. Please 
call 

DICK JAMES . . . 385-'i481 
(absolutely no obligation) 

Svwnerton, Stewart Clark, 
Ltd. 


.part payment Thl* could he a 
Beautiful, large, ranch-style 3 'x'lcommercial owner Price *55.000 
4 hedrnnm hnme. Spacious) George Randall Lid, 384-8108 
rooms Wall in wall carpeting] Evening* or dajlim* Mr, Ketcheaon 
. throughout. Living room wllh 

. fireplace. Lovclv den with 

fueDlace. rumpus Btom. Three 
laice glassed in hathrooma nn 
. main floor. Situated on .475 

Acre* of secluded landscaped 
grounds Price *44.1100. Terms 
Call STAN PERKINS — *862111 
4An.v Time) 


al Oak Foe $1,500 dolvn. thl* attracUv# col 
Sie$ler|tage In Sidney can b« your* Oa 

_with new wiring, plumbing. 

roar and recently re-stuccoed, all 
thla two bedroom home needa 1 * 
soma interior painting and decoral- 

Only $10 900 

■61154 Mr. ElweU 477-3888 


centre Living room with ... .. 

drculatlng oil healer. Cabinet aewer*. 
kitchen with oil range Included. 

1 wired fur eteotrtc). 2 hedrocan*. 
utilky with laundry tuba make thla 
an easy home to live In Separate 
’w garage and ahed on property 
Large tot could be subdivided. 

Asking $12,900 

CLIFF SALMOND 
385-1448 477-3626 


URGENTLY REQUIRED 


moat sought after area*. You 
will have a large, well-propor¬ 
tioned living room and a 12x30 
dining room convenient to ■ 
modern kitchen. Full basement 
wllh a nearly finished rumpus 
room. Easily maintained Inf 
save from laklng leave* from 
Iha beautiful oaks 

$21,500 

UN BOORMAN. 3867521 


NEW 3-BR. HOME 
7 s * PER CENT MTGE. 
ONLY $112 PER MONTH 


GROVE CRESCENT 
SIDNEY 

HAVE A LARGE FAMILY’ 


conrtrucied 


well _ 

In a fine residential 


OOM MO N WEALTH TRUST 
COMPANY 
tag Yatea Street 

WAi\T lO SELL 

conaldered 


hume._... _ — — .. , 

area on a qulel CUL-DE-SAC, well 
NT inside ihe 3‘*-mile circle and elose 

u-n i" all conveniences. It feature* a| 

’ I spacious llv Ing room with fireplace 

taught larger home *od panelled feature wall, a gue.vl- 


NOW 

!l have a buyer for your home In 1 
Oak Bay iLanadowne Slope areal ] 
| Fur Immediate aervice rWease rail 
.Mrs. RUTH SQUIRES 3866741. Res| 
479- .1784, Northweatem Securitle*. 
Ltd. 


I will enjoy 


GORDON HEAD 
SELECTED VALUE 
DOUBLE PLUMBING 

You mud we this moat 
attractive partlaJly landscaped, 
nn ee bedroom home with hnll- 
b»ih off the master bedroom. 

and larga four piece vanity --- - -- -- 

hathroom, carpeted cathedral wllh ^drapes 

entrance, lorn*: living room J 
openln* la dlnln* room, sliding 1 
door* to tlie sundeek with 1 
4-ai port below. very «P*c *l I 
kitchen, full high baaement wllh 
ample space for future develop-' 
men!. » fool fronlage tot 
$16,500 

8 per cent mortgage available 
on appioval. 1 Today a intereil 
rale 11 9 per cent 1 . 

Price Terms — $24,300 

To view pieane call 
STAN CORMSH. :ir67^l anyUme 
or rex *83-5878 


Ycaj may never - - 

selling your homa yet many people 
have conaldered tt without doing 
anything about It. Should you 
consider selling, professional «erv 1 ce 
la available at no cost to you just 
call 

JACK KENNER 
at 388-3155 or rex 658-8*1(1 (any¬ 
time). 

Agent: 

Commonwealth Inveatar* 
Syndicate Ltd. 


HIGH WITH OAKS 


BY FEBRUARY ’68 


Older-type house up to $ 12 , 000 . 2 or " 
J bedrooms, with low down payment. VIEW 
and terms up 10 $I5U per month. Mack 
Victoria pie**. Box 106. - 


Exclusive with 

MR. HEGEN 

: 382-8137 EVES S 86 -WB 6 
Newslead Realty Lid. 


(1) $12,000 CASH? -- 

NEEDED URGENTLY 
WE WANT A GOOD SMALL t- r U x>-bed room bungalow. Must 
gDRM HOME RLFA-SE QA1.L BrfDk ,, e w dining area Anv 
MRS- SIMFbON, 3H5C14L , lrB the Saanich Peninsula 

(2) $25,000 TO 528,000 CASH 'makian'"prick stoHwi o 

For NEWER STDE BY SIDE 6364 

DUPLEX IN NICE RESIDENTIAL - - - 

AREA. Mv client will view -- 

property lodav Ju*t call V 
SIMPSON. MR-6741 

Northweatern Securltlaa Ltd 


P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD. 

762 Fort Street 385-34: 


METCH061N 

3 acre*. Rocky Point Rd- 47S-S7TIL 


Four Skirts 


CENTRAL SAANICH 
BRAND SPANKING NEW 
VLA POTENTIAL 

$ BEDROOMS 
DOUBLE PLUMBING 
I.-SHAPED LIVlNll-DiNING 
ROOM WITH SUN DECK 
-FULL BASEMENT 
-TREED LOT 

PRICED AT ONLY *20,30$ 
COLIN MUNRO 
*85-2473 

JOHNSTON A CO. LTD. 


COMMERCIAL 

PROPERTIES 


C. G. HEISTERMAN 
& CO. LTD. 

Ilia Blafuhard SL 383 


JOHN BISHOP 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
479-1667 OR 385-0022 

REHIND THIS DOOR 
You'll find just what vou'vc been 
looking for A SPARKLING CLEAN. 
4-year-oid home In the UNIVER¬ 
SITY AREA. LARGE 1 15x201 living 
room with comer fireplace, family 
airod dining room and cooverden) 
kitchen complete with stove and 
frig. THREE LARGE BEDROOMS 
and 4-pce bath, com olet* the 
upatalr*. The full high haiement 
ha* a roughed In rumoua room with 
fireplace, roughed-in hathroom and 
kH« nf room for 2 or * bedroom* ' 
home Slluated nn a well landscaped 
r and corner lot. Asking *25.900- Sa* W 

Ti*°*2 " IUl RU 221 MAINPRIZK 
J 1 ; DON CLARK 

lr*n«- 479-166? (office 1 

luable 18&4M22 (34 hri.) 


*24,400 -cJfrlfK building, one floor, 
street lam lid Wist*. * ikyllghl*. 
display window* and garage dour 
entrance Solldv built. 1.800 sq IL 
second floor OK to build. MI zoning 
— Commercial and Industrial use*. 
An oDPortunlly. *8,400 down will 
handle, or clear title tor cash. 

*863941 day or nlghl 
MARCONI REALTY 633 VIEW 


"CASK IMMEDIATELY" 
or your home. We can giva on the 
ipui dedaiora and you an rent 
lid 11 you find auliable accommod* 


ISLAND HOMES LTD- 

3504 Douglas SL * 6 -' 


Ilona Call Mr Evan, 
cvenkiga 479-7217. Waafean 


WANTED! 


WANTED! .. 

Prairie client want* acrai 
modern or amartly renovati 
Prelerably with 

waterfront. I™ ...... ..... -- -- -- 

minutes drive from Victoria. SuU_ 
able fur Kissing a few EC-- — 
ilock Price ranga 10 apirox 
140,000 00 Poaaesalun anytime^ No 

hurry! 
down, 
wallln 


COMMERCIAL LOT 

TlftxX. Ooae to town From la on 1 
Btreeea Ready to be huik on. 
525,000 

JOE MANTON, 388-4271 

J. H. Wblfinme A C«. Lid. 

706 Wi rt Street _ 

LIGHT INDUSTRY 

Excellent I*vt 4 W lnc«i«t ifl 
ftraSegic loallon don* fo Mayfair. 
Easy torn with good exposure 
Ida I localirm lor service busier »a 
or warehaudng Asking price onlv 
*12.500 wkh terms. Fboti# MARX 
ZABEL at 8K-4251 

RlUiet AjencJa Ltd. 


__view 01 

Not more than 15 or 20 
.-*-ria. Suit 

head of 

_ __ *15,000.00 I 

bal. at WC per morkh Client: 
t to buy nn*. exclusively 

_h Roy Smith of Weatern 

Homea Lid.. 182 2151 anytime. 


FOR SALE al no obligation. FRED OWENS. 385- 
. . 6141 or 4T7-2270. Norlhweatem Se- 

rur iUra Lid. ___ 

I- 7 Q 01 CO CASH CLIENT REQUIRES TWO 

1 19-/IDO licdroom bungalow wllh baaemert 

LTD, In Oak Bay. Fairfield or Dean| 

Heights area. *13,000 - *15,000 pneel 

- Pieane call Mr. Gore I y. *83- 

rei. 477-6732 
F. N. CABEUDU DTD. 


B'ma and 
cjuIo he 


WANTED 

COLWOOD - METCHOSIN 


7 PER CENT 
BUY DIRECT 
NEW N-H.A. BUILT 


EXECUTIVE WANTS S-BEDROOM 
bouse with provision tor 2 more to 
banrment • 20.000 lo $30,000. Oak 
H., or Gordon Head. Genuine 
cl lent. eu-iHK anytime. S. Har 
grave Realtor. _ 

CASH~FOR MODERN 3-BEDKOOM 
bungalow with high baaement and 
extra plumbing and room* below 
i)ak Bay or Fairfield. Call Mr. Hope 
388-5555 anytime. B.C. Land, 922 


Lonmiuainn _ 

nd 2 Spin-L p v<|g TREES, TREES, TREES 
LlT,n.“ SECLUSION, SECLUSION 

BRAND NEW HOME __ 

JM "nilPI EX Built bv master crafuman tor the ing rotii level. * 

^ , u ,. p „ , tavec Whose Uates run to excel- room, fireplace, la 

1 , Nice residential. , clyHe to ocean ni'. M' nook, vundeck. cai 

llamly for bua and )>, UK i aa park Thla 1 * rjot an other fine feature*, 
ordinary speculative house bul one 
„ W.uct, .. P U TWMOM U but apnnkle. 

I 1 ,nnd wHh many rvu.. Km* veneer an.1 WHO 

4-4224 naiural woo.1 exterior, extra large BIGHT 

entrance hall, amt master bedrm 
irnMirt; IK mg im. open beams 'ealurr 

UOMLb fireplace 1 , f.nng aecludad rTTjai 

tack yard. aep. formal dining rm Ask rur 

aiwce-aaving kitchen. Ige uUlity pa- —-- 

-- wasiier-dryer, dl»le. aink Ualnnw., 

expensive light fivturas amt ^hanl- e- ~_ 
ware. This houxe ha* load* of DOUGINS 

iwikxtord and aiorage apace II* ** 
drar Idle and require* t food cash LIMI 

IIP. Phone Mr Hanson and w-r ' 1 
for vourself: give m* your opinion 1710 Dougla* SU 
382-9145 '479-5810 or 386-7545 lOi'P- Hudson 


Naval family leaving married, 
quartan but wish lo stay In aamr| 
area. Require 3 bedroom*, full 
baaement. rac. room or *oac* for 
development. Plea** phon# me 
anytime. 

J. C. (JACK) WALDRON 

385-7763 or Re*. 383-14*1 
D. >'. Hanley Agerule* l.ld. 


3 bedroom home with extra targe 
(King room, modern kitchen and 
eating area, paved patio at back. 

I Level clear ed lot .38 acre. Full 
Price *“«00 EXCLUSIVE. Call 
| Jo* Rickard anytlm* at 385-3771. 

Limited 


4-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 
$13,500 

Large — 1.451) «q. ft. Clean home 
Immediate possession Try your 
down payment, good term*, 

C. Warren 3853435 or 9798 


Blue. Agenda* 
1*5-8771 anytime 


CASH FOR YOUR HOME 

If It I* suitable for my client'* 
need* PW— .all Mlrt MARY 
llOLKKI, .1. wnteuvl Really Lid 
38281 If or bDB-3fi«. 

PRIVATE PARTY-COTTAilE WITH; 
4 , 5 nr I lo. n>> on 1 floor will. 
r.*..-menl Oak Bay preferred. Cun-1 


NEW YEAR ACTION l 


WANTED 

DESPERATELY 


JUBILEE AREA — 515,500 

Rpnlleaa 3-bed mom. 114 halh, *!ucco 
home. The best remodelled house 1 
have ever seen. For details call 0 
Warren. .1*4 305. 5 electric appli- 
anres available. 


want professional ACTION and a 
planned selling effort wllh minimum 
mir onion Into your privacy-phone 

GEORGE BLACKBURN 

at 386-0849. Bvion Plica Realtor*. 
1314 44uadi a SL 


\TCTORIA 

REALTY 

LTD. 


P. R HrovvTi and Son* hava 
mortgage money 
•Iway a a valla hie. 
Preferred rate*. 


SMALL FARM 
SAANICH 

1'4 acres — J,M0 loot Ptad 
frontage Completely arable sava 
for a 1-acre wood lot Pretty 3- 
bedronm full basement hungalnw. 
brlgtil and clean Outbuilding*, 
tractor and truck Included 

Call DAR GAIRStDE. W67N2I 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT DO. LTD. 


In J?A4«)u\VW«tGl4 


716 View 


LOW LOW 
DOWNER 


shells, jaokrts. 


PLASTERER WANTS ANY HOUSE u _ 

needing repair*, price no ohlecL Croctyet smart A-lloe OT 

& trtCt ^ ^ slim skirtB quickly - they 

hold their shape, won’t 
crease. Pattern 652: lour 
styles, waist sizes 23 to 30 
included. 

Vifty cents in coins (no 
stamps, please) for each 
pattern to Laura Wheeler, 
care of The Daily Ookxiisrt, 


Older home- load* of *para 
—no mortgage to raiie. 
Listed al 113.856 

Mr* Jackie Waldron 
Shirley Phllpa' Homefindera Ltd. 
(88-4461 or 383 1480 


GULP ISLANDS 
PIOPKT1IS 


— OAK BAY — 

OPEN HOUSE 
2-4 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 
2192 Cubbon Drive 

l-Bedmoai charmer, kitchen w»h 
mill-Ini. Full baaement. Close to 
ichooi* and ibocolng Financing 
■vallable. Open to offer*. 

HARRY COOK IN ATTENDANCE 
RHONE 384-2883 3865451 
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY 
LIMITED 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


TIHS YOU MUST SEE t ! 


554 PROPIUTY FOR SALE 


Side-by-Side 
Duplex Wanted 

My client I* looking for a duplex 
around (25,1100. Will you please 
phon* if youra I* fur *ale? Alan, 
another client would like an older 3- 
bedtuom home atoiut (IS.IMI Plea** 
phone Charlea Vmlni. 382-2101. Rex 
479-378*. Harry Foaler Ltd. 


BUILDING LOTS 

*500 Down - $50 P» Month 

MELVILLE PARK 

-4.orated In SIDNEY actxwa from 
RESTHAVEN HOSPITAL. 

—N H A. Approved. 

-Paved Road*. Cuita, Sew* is. 

Siam Drain* paid tor by 

dev eto per 
-Full Price *3.960 

-NO OBLIGATION. Select your 
own bulkier. 

SLEGG BROTHERS 
LUMBER 

PETER POt.KT 
479-7151. Re*. #32-1497. 


GORDON HEAD 

$24,900 

A 6v. per cent mtge. la Ihe feature I 
<« ibis 8 mo. old. 3 bdrm. tame It a 
amply and ready for occupancy. On' 
*pwer and paved afreet, close !<> 
Univerxllv. Try your D P., or let u* 
liaik al your tonne he trad*. Call 


WATERFRONT' 


METCHOSIN ROAD AREA 


549 ACLAND ROAD 
BRAND NEW 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
TRADE AND TERMS 
Taka advantag* of a *14.000 » per¬ 
cent mortgage already * r '* n 4*d 
and good second financing If 
necessary. * bedroom*. 1 .J 00 aq ft. 
extra roughed In* balow. Real 

.. exiraa "aplenty'- »ul! 

Brand new 7 per cent NHA bungalow | $ 33 ,930. OUvera under rrn- 

plan living and dining '*" • I aiructlon. Chocae your own colors, 
cabinet kitchen and dining area Auault cooitrocUon. 184-1711- , 

Three, all good alar, bedrm a I 
vanily talhrm , full daylight baae- 


(0 000 in standing timber. Thla la 
beautiful water fronlage which la 

very rare. Premium property like ___ _ 

I hi* la money in Iha bank. S*e It raglatratlon 
and make »n offer. Diacounl for Herb Hodgson, 
caah. Kxlitlng morL of approx. 3B6 
$4.Ml may be assumed. Aaldng price 
112.900. Call Roy Smllh, 382-2151 — 
anytime. Weatern Rome* Ltd. , 

!MMED?vrEPOffiE9SlON 10 ACRES ON SEWERS ^ 

, lining ?-bed room *tucco 

,e Carport wllh aundeck. run Gentle, alnplng property wM"_»a-l 
rroeni la- tr M Ck*« in with view. excel!ent for Mbdlilaion. 
a! door. Full Pile*. *12,800. wllh Located In Chemalnu*. 


•al 1 eildantfal araa. Immediate 
poaaaaalon not eaaendaJ but you 
may recalva your caah equity <ei 
' of documents ‘Cali 

8 H 2 - 2101 , re6 *82- 


COLWOOD SPECIAL 


YOU NAME THE PRICE 1 


Small nan-abode on A acre. 
*nll end wmler 30 mm. 
Victoria toward* Rook*, 
terms. Ruby Holden. 3 *k- 44U1. 
Homrfinrier* Really 


XNt runs ira on — -- SALT SPRING ISLAND 

Rravk of Prize Afehans. 12 • fr ' to * ,cre lol » off Cenat 
BOOK or rri* Rd.. Salt Spring Irtand. AU with 

implPte patterns. 60c. load fronUee, View. Call KEY 

_ , „ JENSEN, ISLAND HOMES LTD.. 

Museum Quilt Book 2 — 596-7543 rax iw-rsis. 

attepns for 12 quilts. 60c. salt spring lands ltd 

n_ —Oililt Rrrtk 1 Ifi *"' 1 M Ganges — Phon* 537-5519 

Barsain. fjutlt book 1 10 UrfM , fiutf talan* Realtor 


NEW IX)TS! 
GOHIXJN HEAD! 
N H A. APPROVED 


HANDYMAN WITH CASH 


FULLY SERVICED WITH uBWKRS- 
HARDTOP R.VA1W, CURBS- STORM 
DRAINS AND STREET LIGHTING 
NO THROUGH STREET, CLOSE TO 
UNIVERSITY 1 AV SIZE 10x130 
DRIVE OUT RKELHOURNE. TURN 

1- .... Torquay DR. AND 

.WILL BUILD 

t YOU! DEAL DIRECT 
FRASER CONSTRUCTION NIK 
- LEN WARDL8, *«■ __•, 


* BDRMH. r 2.600 
.Near Parliament Bldg* High dry 
'batemem A-0 heal. Ouick prase* 
■ton. Smell tot. Good term* 
available Ruhv Holden, 386-4401. 

Homefmder* Realty 


ERIK A BRUHN. 3867521 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT Ov Ud 


VZ" „!!' Build the re fireman home nf your 

..... dreams 0*1 thla auperb waterfront.... 

alt ireea. ^ ^ MwJroo> to popidarU WILL BUY YOUR 2 OR J-BED- RIGHT ON ...... 

. . J. Deep Cove Smghweiif exposure 1 mom hnma Immediately tor caah SEE OUR 
BARGAIN Over 100 ft cf excellent hearti. If it'a auitable for rental purpose*. I TO SUIT 
baaement gZt.ORO raeh. (Mr*.I Gerry Hutton-iFnr fa«t artton. call my egent, WITH Fl__ 
all teat. Royal Oak Propertl** 1.td OfOcel Fllwnnd Nault at hew* lead Really (LTD CAM--. 

*J«M auna I Ltd- **2017 anyUma. 1805* or 8*38255, 


Plaaaa NOTE) 

Tha Classified Ad dapartmanf h*i 
telephoea llna. Plaaaa 


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Hilly (Unionist. Victoria, B.C., Friday, January 5, 1968 


Rare Bird 

Killed IL>]iB 

By Hunters S JANUARY SALE 

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AF) * MM m M| 

—A rare whooping crane, ^ ■■ I A J mf I HI a ^ 

wounded by s shotgun blast V ™ ■. reW ■ » 111 


Protection 
Pierced 
First Day 


CANADA GOOD, CANADA CHOICE 


manager of the Vancouver nm a*y “ operation. 

□otter Busineaa Bureau said Vincent Forbes said the sales- 
Wednesday a door-to-door s*l*s- man aold a woman asewing 
man found a loophole in the 
provincial government'! Oon- 

NOTKS TO OUDRtH AMU U1UM 


machine at her home Tueiday 
and then drove the woman to 
hie office to aign the contra at 

The new act requires that 
*“*3 oontractt signed by dooModoor 

MU JTaMtaM M, Victoria, EC. *" “ * 

none* B HEREBY GIVEN that 

rrwlltori and oUwn having f_:— 

■ ininal Uin trials at Iht abovB-nant- 
dncaaiad ara hartfcy rsqulnd to mud 

than la tha ladnrngnad tnUdfort tar On DOESN’T APPLY 
nacotar, m-<13 View SOW, Victoria. 

B.C., bton thn Unt Hay of January. »T tiIa .. doea t 
itm. ail- which data tha axacotar Mil 1 

dlrirtbtat th» aid aalata amooa thn COnaract aoildtea, 
partial aeUllad tharcta. having rngard ocmcluded at 1 
™'r <1 th. .tojta. a* -wch h. o- h« 


Blade Chock, Full Cut, lb. 


N CANADA GOOD, CANADA CHOICE 

^ cross nnncT ote 


salesman contain a aection 
outlining that the buyer has 
cuima I three days in which to cancel 
namad and how to cancel the contract. 


CANADA GOOD, CANADA CHOICE 


Mumps 

Serum 

Licensed 


Marten to casDRom ing what to do, but “there 

**jmfm?*d»catod.*ito»V*mT awS ttown ’ l: to be anything to do 

Drlva. ' Victoria, la lha Fraataaa to — the BOt is quite Specific.” 

Brittafc CdHfek. 

notice B hereby given that “It wu only the first business 

dacaaaad ara barahy raqulrad to Mad have found a loophole. 

I ham ts aw uidnralgnad Exacutar at 

COB - MS Fort BtraaL Victoria. EC . W ‘EXPENSIVE’ 

Ion tha Nh day or Fabraary, MSS. altnr 

whir* data tha Enanitor wiu ditorttada Attorney-General Bonner aaid 
th# Mid Kriata aramg tha partial “■ guy revisions made In tha act at i 
tltlad tharato having ragard to tha cialai , * 

to which ha than ha. aotK-a. toe next ifukn of the legis-l 

GILBERT JOSEPH SMITH lgture will not apply to the 
„ vt . '4** culorl vecdon that Mr. Forbea says 

By hla Solldtora. 

Mm suiiivan. smith a Biitiow, containa a loophole. 

‘‘It seems to be an expensive 
n otice TO ciaEDiTOiw AND OTHE M „to do ^door- M^oor buto- 

KSTATE OF ESEE ALFEED JULICTH ‘** 5 ' “H!* 1 

NoUca la haraby glvae that eradimra w ** n *°ld the sale of the, 
and tohara having claim. agaloat tha sewing machine. 


WASHINGTON (AF) — The 
U.S. pubbo health eervica an¬ 
nounced Thumiay hoentitog at 
what tOulali dreertbad as die 
first “dearly effective” vaccine 
againet (ha mumpa. 

Dr. Brace DuH, as ratom nt di¬ 
rector ft the GsnmtstiaabU 
Dieeeae Centre In AMntt, Ga.. 
told The Areoakted Preee the 
new vaccine gives total Immuni¬ 
ty for at least tXM year and 
hupefiiiy for Hie. 

Although mumpa b a rela¬ 
tively mhtd chiJttoood djsMBe. K 
can cause aterihty when It 
strikes adult males. 

Dull aaid In a telephone inter¬ 
view fnllowtog the Moans tog an¬ 
nouncement to Wartdngton the 
vaccine give* * 95- to 100-per- 
oent immuto agatoat lha dis¬ 
ease. 

TOTAL IMMUNITY 

DuH mid a vaccine which has 
been avwftaUe since toe 1950s' 
provided total immunity for, 
only about 50 pm oent of those 
inoculated. 

Thu new Iioenoe was granted j 
to the Merck, Sharp and Dohmel 
research laboratories at West 
Point, Pa. 

Only thoae who have not had 
mumpa ahould ba tisxxAated, of- 
because there had 


SLICED 


Orleans Thursday night. But pilot 
recovered and landed safely with 82 
aboard. Chunk of cypress tree, 
“bigger than your head,” wag em¬ 
bedded in wing.—(AP) 


Ivy McManus, security officer at 
Ryan field in Baton Rouge, La., sur¬ 
veys 16-foot rip in belly of Honduran 
airliner that struck trees while 
making instrument approach in New 


Followed Wrong Procedure 


link to tha unlaralcnad it IBS Royal ] 
Truri Build log, Victoria. EC., batara tha 
lia day to January, 1M attar which] 
dll! lha adabMitr«lor will dlrirlbota tha I 
uld aatata among tha partial antlUad 
tharito, havtng ragard only to tha Claim! | 
to which ha thm hai notlca. 

And all prrw** Indebted I" lha aaid 


arista ara ragulrad to pay thalr tnriabtad- 
qbu to said administrator forthwith. 
DATED at Victoria. EC., thl. Sri day 

el Dacambar. 1MT. 

Official Admlnl lira tor tar 
tha County to Victoria. 


tained by (he ginger in toe lnrt act’* by Miohaei Duffy, 27, found him there, Badger* waa 
presence of an off-duty officer the off-duty offioer at toe aoene. token to a hospital toe Mowing 
earty on tbs morning of Doe. 1. or any personal Involvement of day. 

Rodgers’ injury, wWah necea- hia in toe faH. Duffy had Duffy aaid he had never noted 
sitated two operations to relieve stopped Rodgers tor making two any vibbUe Injury to Rodgers’ 
pressure on has brain, was ruled U-toma on tha San Diego head. The other officers aaid 
by • panel of dodtera to have Freeway. they had not observed him at 

resulted town a Ml. Suspended by Reddin for the all. 

NO CRIMINAL, ACT lSday periods were Duffy and Rodgers waa never formally 

•jjjj 0*^ ghtef Mtd 'nun- ^ >«-duty offi c er s he sum- charged with driving under toe 
day tfato tovt-hea tors had be*i moned to the scene, Raymond Infiumoe of aftochd and Reddin 
“unaMe to estebgto any crim- WMmtan, 29, and Ronald Wag- aaid Itaimday toat M “would 

—-n«r, 52. Hie suspenakn already not serve toe onuses of Juatioe" 

are in effect. to ao charge him now. The 

“Three officers simfiy failed singer was Mat ed Thursday to 
to faflow proper prooetoares,” good oondltton at GVtidale 
the chief tiqWnd. “They know Ownmuntty HaapRaJ. 


LOS ANGELES (1 
tire* Log Angejag -1 


for lVtavii far improper randuct 
in toe Jimmie Rodgers pome. 
Pohce Chief Thotnaa Rtototo 
announced Thursday. J 
Reddin aaid he atoo has aaicsd 
tha dtotiiot attorney to review 
the police department's tovesti- 
gstton of toe events autrowding 
a oaar-fatal afaug toactura aus- 


FLORIDA, 


S GRAPEFRUIT QQ 
^ 4 for JJ 


LOCAL NO. 1 


ficiaia aaad 
been no proven cases of people 
catching toe highly oontagiom 
disease more than once. 


Public Service 


sPOTATOES 
> 10 u» 


•■tala ara raqutrad In pay thalr Indabtad- 
ona to aaid adminlstratnr forthwith. 
nATED at Vlrtorla. EC., thla Ert Say 

Ut Dacantor. 1MT. 

DOlrlal Admtolrtrator for 
tha Coitaty of VVctarta. 


Chaplains Join 
Federal Union 


B.a COOKING 


OTTAWA (CP) — How’s this tute UsU about 60 per cent of were charg ed w ith tailing to 
for white-collar unionism? them as members. About a half make toe arreat when toey 

About 20 chaplains represent- dozen of the chaplains belong to arrived and sftso with making 

Ing all faiths and working main- the inotitut*. reports regarding to* 

ly in federal penitentiaries have Under the legislation, a unkn, «■**• 

been declared part of a unit for In this case the institute, must Reddto said Wtdsman had 
collective bargaining purposes prove it represents at least 50 made a false entry in the police 
in the federal public service. per cent of the employees in a k*. toying Rodgers had been 
Th. public aarvice staff rela- »roup. **??'*' 1° his ’ ,artner 

tkxis board, in an announce- After certification, a union- strived ^ *** e ag ^ f r ; 

ment Thursday, certified the must opt for either compulsory he sa ad, h ad made * mmdlar 
Professional Institute of tha arbitration or strikes as their ha daaly 6eW 

Public Service aa bargaining method of dispute settlement. aonvitaes report, 

agent for the clergymen and The social work group has not LEFT IN C!AR 


MONEY SAVING 
GROCERY FEATURES 


h B.C. GRANULATED 

* SUGAR 

^ 10 lb. bag 


As New: 

*-Pc. Chesterfield 8tea. 
S-Po. Sectional Chesterfield Ste. 
Mr. and Mrs. Bedroom 8tes. 
Bunk Beds, New Coppertooe 
Dinette Stes., Maple Desk, 
Cheats, flirli Beds, ate. 

RUGS 

De Lose 30” Electric Range 
and Refrigerators, Automatic 
Washer and Dryer, 8 t e r e o 
Combination Radio. 

China — Glassware and 
Bric-a-Brac 

Over 350 Lots for your 
Inspection 

Kilshaws Auotitnwrs Ltd. 


TULIP 


Debbil Johnno, Fall 'ST Tun Qu*en 


1118 Fort Street 


NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — “Mr. Hicks may havo special that more than c 
New Orleans District Attorney knowledge concerning the de- shots at Kennedy. 

Jim Garrison Thursday sub- tails of the assassination with ..j Mw every1 
poenaed a federal civil service respect to its planning and iaid 
employe* ha aaid “may have execution as well as personnel ‘ . 

special knowledge" of the employed In the assassination of L, ®^ rL ^ n “ 
assassination of president Ken- the president," Garrison said In uevea reaern 
nedy. a statement delivered from his ^ppressed Mar 

The subpoena to appear be- office. assassiJ1aticri - 

fore the Orleans Parish grand In Enid, Hicks said he had “Tbere is noi 
jury went to a man Identified as been in New Orleans before to about the faat the 
James Hicks, a civilian em- talk to Garrison and waa glad to ipeclal Interest, 
ployee at Vance air force base help in the investigation. whoae histories 

in Enid, Okla. He said he was in Dallas the tatos to Kennedy’i 

Garrison said Hicks was at day of the assassination, but have been given jobs with the 
the scene the day Kennedy was would not say what he saw that United Stales government," he 
shot in Dallas. I would bear on Garrison’s claims said. 


12-OZ. 

TINS 


Register now for the Bay’# . . . 

‘Charm’ and ‘Charmette' courses 

lessons begin Saturday , January 13th 


Hicks 


SEVEN FARMS 


CHARM COURSE 


TOMORROW 1:30 A.M. 

Large Selection 

Furnishings - Rugs 
Major Appliances 

Chesterfield guiles, Coavertos, 
Dinette and Bedroom Furniture, 
Including suites, occasional 
tables, FAIR OF TWIN BEDS, 
Oak Sideboards. 


Girls 14 t« 17 Y«art> 10 Linens, $5 
Clams 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Saturdays Only 

Dam about Charm and Good Grooming, Correct Pos¬ 
ture and Poise; Increasing your Personality and dat¬ 
ing, Finding the Magic in Your Voice; Figure control 
and Diet, Skin Care and Make-up: Practical Tips on 
Hairetyling, Art and Mechanics at Modelling. Enjoy 
yourselves at the Mother and Daughter Coffee Party 
and Fashion Show, The Teen Queen Contest and Grad¬ 
uation Party. .You could be the Teen Queen who 
receives a complete wardrobe of clothing from the 
Bay. 


PURITAN 

Tomato or 
Vegetable 


Snow Blocks U.S. Roads 


I0~oz. 


KRAFT 


residents were warned to keep 
ears and noses covered. Wea¬ 
thermen aaid ne*r-a*ro daytime 
temperatures and 24mfle<w- 
hour winds oorobtaed to give 
□hlcagoans toe eqidvaflent of 40 
degrees below zero for exposed 
areas cf to* body. 


By United Press International Middle Wert. The mercury toll 
Heavy, drifting snows blocked ^ below zero «t Wanoad, 
road. In wretem Great Lakes * *** p - 

smwhHt communities Thursday national Falls and Roseau, 
and the mercury hit 46 below Minn. 

zero in the upper mid western * n Chicago, temperatures 
United States. were expected to fed to 15 

Schools were freerd to d*e bellow zero Thursday rright and 
in Upper Michigan's “copper 

strike by . __ _ 


Fivt R«fri|cr«1ars 

Washers, Ranges, Circulating 
Heaters, "Duo - Therm” O 11 
Heaters 


CHARMETTE COURSE 


Girls 10 ta 13 Yaari, 8 Lsstani, $4 
Claim 1 p.m. and 2i15 p.m. Saturdays Only 

Lessons include Hew to Stand, Walk and Sit Property, 
Good Grooming, Skin Care; Organization of clothes 
and Bedroom, Care of Hands. Feet and Hair; Speech 
. . . how to use your voice, How to be a good Baby 
Sitter (lesson by Victoria Police arid Fire Department 
and a Registered Nurse), Art Contest and. Graduation 
Party. 

Register Saturday , January 6th in the 
Carper and College Shop. 2nd floor 


% BETTER BUY 

^ SLiCED 
I PEACHES 

1^ 14-oz._ 


country' 

Houghton County truck drivers 
idled snow plows with tax inches 
of fresh snow on the ground and 
more expected. 

Heavy snow belted Michigan 
communities along the 


Gardan and Carpantsr’s 
Tails 

Wheelbarrows, Small Appll- 
Esoea, Radios, Wall Safe, Books, 
China, etc. 


CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) — .clear the way for manned moon 
Hie first Apollo launch of 1968, Handings by .tor 15>4-ton ApnHo 
a key tes’t of the ship built to landing ship caMid toe Lunar 
land men on toe moon, was Module. 

delayed a day to Jan. 18 The first Lunar Module was 
Thursday but scientists went to have kicked off project 


south 

shore of Lake Superior and toe 
east shore of Lake Michigan 


SHOPPING HOURS 

Shop s a.m. ’tU 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 
9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. Saturday, at the Shop-Easy Stores 
located in the Shelbourne and Colwood Plseas. 


Preview Titday and Tomorrow 
from 8 a.m. 


■1UU3HUI IV ••SIM 
ns FORT STREET 


PRIGES EFFECTIVE JAN. 5, 6 


For further information call the Bay, Public Relations 
383-iait LOCAL S04, MRS. IRENE WARREN. 



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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1968 


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(Details on Page 3) 


26 PAGES 



Crew members of Schiedyk bid farewell from liferaft as ship starts slipping into sea 



Gold River 


By MARK DICKINSON 

Frantic efforts were made to avoid what “we 
knew was going to happen” Wednesday night, 
moments before the 9,600-ton Dutch freighter 
Schiedyk slammed around, to sink later 20 miles 
west of Gold River on Vancouver Island’s west 
coast. 

Capt. Arie Van Dijk said the pulp-carrying 
vessel, with a B.C. pilot in charge of navigation, 
failed to answer her helm before crashing on to the 
south side of Bligh Island about 9:30 p.m. Wednes¬ 
day. It sank at 2:10 p.m. Thursday. 

All 40 crew members and officers abandoned 
ship without injury. 

Salvage crews this morning will attempt to 
determine how much of the Holland-America Line 
ship’s cargo can be saved. 


Gimmick or Genuine? 


From UPI 

North Vietnam had a pl ainly 
declared peace overture on 
the table Thursday and Wash- 
Ington had the task of decid¬ 
ing whether it was a gimmick 
or a genuine desire for peace. 
(See also Page 3.) 

Dean Rusk, the U.S. secre¬ 
tary oi state, said it would be 
"premature for me to brush it 
(the overture) aside as purely 
a propaganda ptoy.” 

One Little Word 

Rusk admitted that Hanoi 
had made a "new formula¬ 
tion” of its position. 

The entire matter rested cn 
one little word, "will." Last 
Saturday, the North Viet 
names* foreign minister, 
Nguyen Duy Trlnh, reportedly 
told a visiting Mongolian 
delegation that his country 
Continued on Page X 


Hit Submerged Ledg 


The ship loaded 1,800 tons erf ordered to stand half a mfie off 
pulp at the Darirfvowned Tahnis the stricken vewet. 

Oo. at Gold River and left tor Four, other men stood knme- 
Poirtland, Ore., about 8 p.m. diately by the ship in a lifeboat, 
Wednoday. whale the skipper alone con- 

. tinued an all-night vigil oboanf 

Two hours and 20 miles later, 

the ship radioed for assistance. ^ Vjm Kjk Temeined 
The Sattedyk hit a submerged aboard until about 10 minutes 
ledge about 100 fee* from ft***. before the ship sank. 

The bow waa severely ripped in In «n interview later, he 
three bolds and the engine room described the grounding: 
and quickly took water. The "We saw the shoreline 
ship was submerged to the coming. We had tots erf wanning, 
bridge within hours. We knew what was going to 

se“ bT states 

crew members auto Metooats ' ,, K 

during the nigh*. They were ^ said cargo had been pooriy 

stored, but declined further 


Rusk 


10 f 0004on Dutch freighter rolls over and disappears off Bligh Island 


Caution Marks 
Heart Case 


U CAPE TOWN (AP) — Dr. dentist, showed the same signs 
/ Christian Barnard said Thurs- doctors had interpreted as re- 

day heart transplant patient Dr. ft 5 *? * , hMrt b * 

ige .... Wuhkanaky, the first man to 

Philip Blaiberg is “progressing recelv . a human heart trans- 
extremely well” but there were pj ant 
17 signs bis body might be react- '‘This time we are not react. 
• Ing against the new heart. tag to them as rejeoticu. Bar¬ 
it The surgeon vowed not "to nard said. "Perhaps we treated 
g make the same mistake" he the patient too early for rejec- 
sald might have been made in tion. We are not going to make 
17 the case of Louis Washkansky the same mistake again.” 

IS by treating him too quickly to Barnard has Indicated Intense 
15 overcome the body's natural anti-rejection treatment may 
tendency to reject foreign tis- have weakened Washkansky's 
sue. * resistance to Infection and con- 

,€ Barnard told reporters that tributed to his death by pneu- 
PB Blaiberg, 58-y e a r -o 1 d retired Continued on Page 8 


Bridge 


Comics 


Courtroom Parade 

Croeeword .... 

Financial News 
Garden Notes .... 


HOPE ircpy — * British 
Columbia hospital’s refusal to 
admit a dying six-yeer-old girl 
has brought anguish to her 
parents and protests from her 
doctor. 

Jane Parcher probably will 
die within a year, her doctor 
nays, but her parents don’t 
expect to be able to see her 
very often before she does. 


Jane lias unconscious in 
Vancouver General Hospital's 
child health centre with an 
incurable form of brain in¬ 
flammation — encephalitis. 

Her parents, Ross and 
Sheila Parcher, and eight of 
her nine brothers and sisters, 
live in Laicflaw, between Here 
and Chilliwack. 

Financial hardship and dif¬ 


ficulties over finding someone 
to care for the other children 
mean the parents oan make 
the 200-mile rotmd trip to 
Vancouver only rarely.. 

Will West, administrator of 
Fraser Canyon Hospital here, 
said Thursday the hospital 
board met for two hours last 
week and decided not to 
admit the child. 


"We feel very sorry for the 
mother who we know can’t 
visit Vancouver very often, 
but wben we came down to it, 
we just can't handle a case 
like this, because we don’t 
liave the equipment.” 

Mr. West also said the 
hospital couldn’t tie up one of 
Its six children’s beds with a 
chronic case. 


"We never know how many 
beds will be needed for 
accident cases,” he said. 

Dr. E. K. Murakami of 
Hope, the family doctor, said 
the sort of care Jane needs 
can be given to her at the 
Hope hospital. 


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IwHm Qri—ilaL Victoria, B.C., Fridoy, January 5, 1961 ^ 


Around the Island 


Port Albemi Plans 
First Inauguration 


POET ALBERNI — Magi¬ 
strate W. E. McLeod will swear 
in newly-eleoted Mayor Fred 
Bishop and members a( the city 
council at ceremonies Monday 
evening Jan. 8 at 7 at Port 
Albemi city hail. The inaugura¬ 
tion wifl be foHowed by a civic 
reception at Echo 67 centre. 
This year It has been announced 
that members of the school 
board will also take part in the 


PORT ALBERNI — Aid. 
Charles Blatr. chairman of the 
Albemf-Clayoquot Regional Dis¬ 
trict, aaya another meeting of 
the group wiH be held before 
the end of January, which la the 
expiration date of terms of 
office. 

Elections to fill vacancies 
where required were held at the 
same time as the civic election 
in December. 

Appointment has been an¬ 
nounced of the regional districts 
first employee, Victor Loewen, 
as building inspector. Mr. Loe¬ 
wen was chosen from 2 appli¬ 
cants for the position. 

It had been planned that Mr. 


ceremonies. 


DUNCAN - Defeated North 
Cowichan reeveship candidate 
Margaret Whittaker's request to 
fiH the vacancy on the Cowichan 
School Board representing 
North Cowichan Municipality 
will be decided at the next 
board meeting. 


Cowichan School 


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Color TV • Dryers • Dishwashers 


NORTH COWICHAN — Con¬ 
struction of a new warehouse 
for B.C. Forest Products Crof- 
ton Pulp and Paper Mill, 
estimated at $176,000, boosted 


Margaret 


the December building permits 
in the municipality to $226,100. 
During the same period in 1966 
toe amount was $41,300. The 12- 
month total for 1967 was 
$3,300,479 compared with 
$3,307,763 in 1966. 


• Great Price Reductions 

• Free Delivery • Shop Early for Best Selectioi 

• Floor Demonstrators, Some with Slight Marks 


include#; Devitt and Efford, 
regional college oo-ordinating 
committee; Taylor, Vancouver 
Island Union Library andi 
Health Unit; Anand, City of! 


DUNCAN — Provincial Archi¬ 
vist Willard Ireland will be the 
guest speaker Jan. 27, at the 
annual meeting of the Cowichan 
Agricultural Society at the 
Tzouhalem Hotel. The business 
agenda includes committee 
reports and the election of six 
directors. Five of toe seats are 
for three-year terms and one 
for two years, after one of toe 
directors, who was elected last 
year, resigned during 1967. 

The five retiring board mem¬ 
bers are eligible for re-election. 
They are: President Henry 
Westwick, vice-president Donald 


DUNCAN — Ronald WBitem 
EAs Evans has been charged I 
wish toe burglary of Carter’s 
Music Store. Kenneth Street, 
Sunday. Pohoe said $1,000 worth 
of musical instruments were 
stolen. 


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Indian Brief Demands 


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temporary styling, 

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33.6 years, and for females Is alleys Just off the paved, white-1 
36 years. lined highway, are to be con-| 

Of child welfare, toe brief sidered roads, 
says “Official action in this Mr. Laing said the Indian 
area is such that one is often owns 6,000,000 acres of land in 
hard pressed to decide whether Canada, but toe brief states, 
the many children whose plight “Indians don’t have legal title 
is overlooked by officialdom are to their homes, mortgages 
in more pathetic straits than aren't available." 
those that are "helped.” * ★ * 

Of the alcohol problem, toe Mr, Laing claimed toe brief 
brief says “The conditions under was not prepared by Indiana 
which many of us live would themselves, although both Mr. 
drive almost anyone to drink.” Bob. and Mrs. Diana Re calms 
* * * have refuted the allegation. 

Again, referring to the plight However, toe point is not who 
of the young Indian. 'If Indian compiled it, but whether or not 
welfare policies were the prod- the brief is touthM. 
uct of one man's mind, that ★ ★ ★ 

man could be described as The truth may be seen In 

criminally insane. sskiri road areas, where Indians 

Mr. Laing's comments said have cQme from reservations, 
in two years 3,700 homes had congregating in areas referred 
been built, and electricity had to (, y y^itM as Apache Pass 
been supplied to 4.000 homes, ^ Tomahawk Alley, 

with water and sewage aer- wag from this sort of un- 

vices to 48 reserves, and 500 segregated area in 

miles of roads. Prince Rupert. early in the 


By ARNOLD OLSON 

NANAIMO—The welfare'brief 
which Minster of Indian Affairs 
Arthur Laing claimed “contains 
little that is objective," speaks 
for itself. 

South Vancouver Island Tribal 
Federation voce-chairman Wil¬ 
son Bob released a copy. 

The brief aays; 

“The story of the relations 
between Indian and non-Indian 
Canadians is a shameful chap¬ 
ter in the history of this nation. 

“We have for too long been 
the pallbearers for our hopes, 
our rights, and our heritage. 

“We must be granted the 
rights that a country which 
would call itself democratic 
owes to aH Its citizens. 


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( boose from ether famous saai wsahiag machines, 
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“We must be helped to re¬ 
pair the damage done by the 
long years of deprivation of 
(hone rights.” 

The last sentence of toe open¬ 
ing remarks gives toe reason 
for the compilation of the brief 
—"We ask that you learn from 
history and begin now to help 
U* help ourselves toward equal 
opportunity and to full citizen¬ 
ship in our oountry.” 

From there, it presents the 
Indian standpoint, backed by 
percentages and figures. 


"Yet such social services as 
are provided are nowhere near 
toe minimum standards avail¬ 
able to non-Indians.” 

Only nine per cent of Indian 
homes have either 


Within a 15-minute drive from 
Nanaimo, it is obvious none of 
the 3.700 homes were built here. 

Neither were toe 500 miles of 
roads, unless toe rutted, pot- 
holed paths in Number One re¬ 
serve, or toe steep hill into the 
Nanoose reserve and its mud 


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Another statistic is toe aver¬ 
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Mr. Labig is quoted as having 
•aid "It is an extern ion of the 
habit at some Indians to rend 
their clothing and pour aahrn 
on their heads,” thereby draw¬ 
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of people long the object of drn- 
crimin&tioR. 

The brief admits to situations 
among Indians which includes 
“child neglect, marital break¬ 
down, early school leaving. 
Juvenile delinquency, alcohol- 
lam, drug addiction." 


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KITIMAT, B.C. (CP) — Two- 
year-old Jackie Kllburn left 
her* Thursday by air for Den¬ 
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plant operation. 

Mrs. Don Kilburn accom¬ 
panied her daughter to the Uni¬ 
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centre and will remain until the 
child is aMe to return to Has 
northwestern British Columbia 
community in about four 
months. 

Doctors here sty toe opera¬ 
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Scnooi Board, Trustee Lea 4 
Budden, was elected unani- 
nxiusly as toe chairman of the : 
board, 

Mrs. Budden represents the 
Tonbou rural area on the board, | 
and she has been a member for 
the past five years. 

• E1 e ctad vice-chairman 
Was Trustee Alec Walker. 

• Chairman Budden wel¬ 
comed two new members at the 
meeting: Trustee Bob White of 
Mesachie Lake, and Bill Suther¬ 
land, of Lake Cowicban. 

• Oaths of office were 
taken by tour members. Trus¬ 
tees White, Sutherland, Mrs. 
Kathk Sharp and Bill Thomp¬ 
son. 


Island 

Scene 


“Coma up and see me some¬ 
time," aaya Poppy Rodgers, 
wife at K«a Rodgers, owner of 
French Creek Resort. When she 
left Nanaimo to go to French 
Creek she got writer’s cramp, 
writing letters of resignation 
frnm vnrnnux organizations. She 
has to write a total nf 10 such 
letters ... RoUn Richardson 
find lan MacK etude of Duncan 
attended Boys' Parliament in 
Victoria. Former premier of the 
Boys* Parliament, <loha Morton, 
was secretary, and Douglas 
Mae Adam* was Queen’s Printer 


The Forerunners 


ISLAND NEWS 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


. • . i . \ 

Bails Caliwisi 


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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1968 


PAGE THIRTEEN 


Gentle Hum and Off She Goes 

* ★ * * * * 


Out of the Past, Comes Car of the F uture 


Easy voltage test at dashboard 


‘Undemocratic Action Attacked 


Harper checks battery 


DUNCAN — Two mav-l 
erick members of Cowichan! 
Valley Regional District 
took their seats on the 
board Thursday, with 
charges of undemocratic 
procedure fired against the 
provincial government. 

Referring to an appointment 
made by the provincial govern¬ 
ment before the first election 
to the board in December, 


director David Laverock said 
“That's how Hitler got started." 

Director H. A. Warner said 
the government passed over the 
elected choice of the people, in 
making appointments to the in¬ 
terim board. 

North Cowichan Coun. George 
Whittaker, who was elected 
chairman at the meeting, prom¬ 
ised this appointment procedure 
“will never occur again." 

Watching the meeting closely 
was an official of the municipal 


Indians Sent to Alherni 


affairs department, Chris Wood¬ 
ward. 

The battling between the ma¬ 
jority of the board and the two 
members who refused to take 
their seats at the last meeting, 
caused a heated comment from 
a director. 

Bruce Devitt Bald “I would 
like to do some work here, or 
I might as well go home. We 
are just discussing drivel!" 

NOT CLEAR 

Mr. Woodward agreed with a 
comment by Coun. John Cannon, 
who said the procedure for 
electing a chairman of the 
board is not clear in the Muni¬ 
cipal Act. 

He promised some things thal 
are unclear, wall be spelled out 
in future legislation. 

ONE VOTE EACH 


ruary. when the board will elect 
Its permanent chairman, to 
serve through the year. 

Directors Laverock and 
Warner said they did not take 
their seats at the last meeting, 
because they read a section in 
the Municipal Act requiring the 
board to wait until February. 


Exports from Chemainus 
Take Jump in December 


Harper 


In Regional Board Selection 


for higher apeeda on the 
highway. 

Another innovation is con¬ 
trol of the speed of the 
electric car by the font pedal. 

When the foot is token off 
the aoceAeratar, the eteotric 
motor . act* as a brake. 
Batteries are recharged by 
the energy of braking. 


than other eleotnc cars on the 
market. 

Mr. Harper ha* some orig¬ 
inal idea* in hi* electric car. 

★ ★ ★ 

One is the paraBeS-series 
wiring system. 

This mean the batteries 
are wired parallel for starting 
and slow speeds, and in series 


ROYSTON — Fred Harper 
Is an electric tan, wbo has 
been driving fas home-built 
electric car around since 
June. And he's dfcffi working 
on it. 

♦ ★ ★ ★ 

He say* after another 18 
month* of work he will be 
satisfied with It.. 

Mr. Harper said he bulk the 
car because he was so 
disappointed with electric oars 


But Mr. Harper a car is a 
mudi lustier machine. 

It has a top speed of 40 
mph, and a cruising range of 
40 miles. The weight ts 1,800 
pounds, much heavier than 
the Westinghouse car. 

★ ★ * 

His car has a 1981 Renault 
body, bo It is much larger 


being turned out by major 
manufacturers. 

The latest, advertised by 
Westinghouse, has a top speed 
at only 25 mph, and a cruising 
range of 50 miles before 
recharging. 

Cost of these cars, which 
use six-volt batteries, is be¬ 
tween $1,800 and $2,000. 


Woman Heads Lake Cowichan Trustees 


By JEAN MacGREGOR 
LAKE COWICHAN — Senior 


Harvey MacKirdy, informed 
board members that students 
from the Qo-oaee Indian Band 
will not be attending the Nitinat 
Elementary School this year. 

ROOM AT SCHOOL 

Several member* uf line band 
recently established a new 
Village at the head of Nitinat 
Lake, following a move from 
their west coast settlement. 

Mr. MacKirdy had previously 
noted there was room available 


* if it suggestion, the Indian Affairs t 

Branch informed the board that 1 
all the Indian students from Clo 1 
d*se are presently attending the 1 
residential school at Port ] 
Aiberni. 

He added, however, his de¬ 
partment will consider the i 
propposal for next year. The : 
Lake Cowichan board has also : 
offered transportation for the 
students. 

• The problem of stocking 
feet in school was discussed by 
tlie trustees. 

Mr. MacKirdy reported mo6t 
students bring either slippers or 
' shoes to school to wear after 
they have taken off their rubber 
boots. 

FIRE HAZARD 
He added, in some cases the 
youngsters are wearing only 
their stockings in class. 

“This presents a problem 
whan there is a fir* drill," he 

Lea "There Is A mad scramble to 

find their boots, although some 

★ ★ ★ of them do not realize they are 

In their stocking feet until they 

for the Indian students at the ste P * puddle." 

Nitinat school. NEW RULE 

Following » board suggestion. The board passed a motion to 
Mr. MacKirdy had informed the establish a policy making 
Indian Affairs Branch at Port appropriate footwear mandatory 
Aiberni of the availability of for children In school at all 
student space at the school. times. 

In a reply to Mr. MacKirdy** Trustee* agreed that in the. 


event of fire evacuation, there 
would be a great hazard caused 
by the tie-up of children finding 
their boots or rubbers, a 
potential danger which the 
board would like to remove. 

Works Superintendent John 
Curran, also noted rubber boots 
should not be worn at aH times 
in the schools. ‘“If the students 
play floor hockey, toe boots 
make an awful mess of toe 
flocr,” he said. 

Mr- MacKirdy noted similar 
policies have been established in 
other school districts. 

“By making this a board 
j policy, it gives the teachers 
some backing when they insist 
the children bring shoes or 
slippers to wear in school," he 
said. 

. " " r * 


Big Firm 
Wants 
Licence 


The board was unsure wheth¬ 
er to elect a chairman with each 
area casting a ballot, or by a 
simple majority of all directors. 

Mr. Woodward said toe act 
intended directors to cast one 
vote each, without reference to 
area, and that procedure was 
followed in toe election of Coun. 
Whittaker. 

He will serve only until Feb- 


CHEMAINUS — Lumber ex¬ 
ports foam Chemainus and 
OroCtcn ports increased to 8,673,- 
600 board feet in Dewsm/ber 
1967, bun 6,313,956 board feet 
during the same month in 1966. 

Lumber importers during the 
last month of 1967 were: Japan, 
3,631,000 board feet; Australia, 
12,328,000 board feet; Belguim 


1,158,000 board feet, and various 
other countries 1,556,600. 

A total of 2,127,442 board feet 
of logs were shipped to Japan, 
and 7,223 tons of pulp and 3,912 
tons of newsprint went to var¬ 
ious countries. 

Newsprint and pulp shipments 
during the same period in 
1966, amounted to 950 tons and 
8,535 tons. 


nil uh Btrsausn, -Junn m son oi 

Reeve Donald Morton of North 
Cowichan. 


Poppy 


A public hearing opens this 
morning In Victoria into, Crown 
Zeller bach Ltd.’s application for 
a tree farm licence which would 
give to* company management 
rights in 261,000 acres of British 
Oolumhfa’s Coastal forests. 

The hearing opens at 9 a.m. 
before Resources' Minister Wil¬ 
li ston in Victoria Law Courts. 
ISLAND WOODS 

The application involves com¬ 
pany-held and government ton 
bcrland* on northern Vancouver 
Island, the Queen Charlottes and 
the Rivers Inlet area of the 
Mainland. 

Three regions, two of which 
are centred around Crown's 
present operations, are included 
in the bid. They are in the Sand- 
spit area of the Queen Char¬ 
lottes, Beaver Cove on Vancou¬ 
ver Island and the Owikeno 
Lake district. 

PRESIDENT 

Robert Rogers, president and 
chief executive officer of Crown 
Zellerbach Canada Ltd., will 
lead the company’s presentation 
to Mr. WiUiston. 


Oyen and his rocket 


—Xtaui 


Board 

Gives 

Raise 


LAKE COWICHAN—Teach¬ 
ers in Lake Cowichan School 
District have received an 
average Increase of 6.9 per 
cent salary, following arbi¬ 
tration. 

Trustees learned Wednes¬ 
day the new salaries will 
mean an increase of $65,000 
over last year's teacher sal¬ 
ary budget of $565,000, 

★ * 4 

This Is an increase of 6.35 
per cent, bringing the year 1 * 
salary budget to $630,000. 

Finance chairman, Trustee 
Fred Ozero said toe average 
Increase for elementary teach¬ 
ers was about eight per cent 
and for secondary teachers 
about five per cent. 

★ ★ ★ _ 

The Lake Cowichan District 
was the first school district 
on Vancouver Island to go to 
arbitration in December, fol¬ 
lowing toe breakdown of nego¬ 
tiations between toe board and 
toe teachers' association. 


Rocket of Dreams Policemen 

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DUNCAN — Duncan’s own 
rocket expert, Garry Oyen, 15, 
ha* high flying plans which he 
hopes to realize in about two 
months. 

★ ★ ★ 

Nov. 4 the George Bonner 
Junior High student, son of Jim 
Oyen, was the national winner 
in the youth aeronautic and 
aerospace project competition 
sponsored by the RCAF Asso¬ 
ciation. 

He built a model of a future 
commercial jet plane with all 
technical data and a working 
model of a rocket. 

Besides B.C. trophies, he was 


awarded $400 a* national win¬ 
ner. 

Now he has set his sights on 
building an eight-foot and a five- 
foot rocket, which he hopes to 
launch in February -Or March. 

The public will be able to 
watch the rockets soar up to 
9,000 or 10,000 feet, and float 
back on a parachute to assure a 
soft landing “fop the costly 
equipment. 

The launching site will be 
near his parent's zoo, at the 
farm of H. A. Williams, a few 
miles south of Duncan. 

Garry will use the $400 he 
won several weeks ago to build 


the two rockets, to buy special 
fuel and the electronic equip¬ 
ment to record the varioiw 
functions of the rockets while in 
flight. 

Recently the space-minded 
boy formed the Vanoouver 
Island Rocket C3ub, with ’ a 
nucleus of six boys from the 
Cowichan Station area, plus one 
who lives at Victoria. 

★ ★ * 

Garry said more money will 
be needed to get the electronic 
equipment for the rockets, and 
his hopes are high that more 
young people will get interested 
in joining the club. 


Blameless 

NANAIMO — Gorooer Russ 
Inkster said Thursday two 
policemen were free of any 
blame in toe death of James 
Robin Savage, 6. 

The child was struck by a 
motorcycle, which was being 
chased by RCMP officers 
Const. Geoffrey Wiggins and 
Const. Richard Seville. 

The coroner found toe 
motorcycle was driven by 
Douglas Bruce Chapman, 2421 
Lynburn Crescent, Nanaimo. 
And he said “I reject com¬ 
pletely the allegation of wit¬ 
ness Chapman that police are 
always picking on him." 


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Could Write Rules j 
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No. 20-110th YEAR 


Crew members of Schiedyk bid farewell from lifeboat as ship starts slipping into sea 


Near Gold River 


By MARK DICKINSON 

Frantic efforts were made to avoid what “we 
knew was going to happen’* Wednesday night, 
moments before the 9,600-ton Dutch freighter 
Schiedyk slammed aground, to sink later 20 miles 
west of Gold River on Vancouver Island’s west 
coast. 

Capt. Arie Van Dijk said the pulp-carrying 
vessel, with a B.C. pilot in charge of navigation, 
failed to answer her helm before crashing on to the 
south side of Bligh Island about 9:30 p.m. Wednes¬ 
day. It sank at 2:10 p.m. Thursday. 

All 40 crew members and officers abandoned 
ship without injury. * 

Salvage crews this morning will attempt to 
determine what can be done. 


Gimmick or Genuine? 


From l PI 

North Vietnam had a plainly 
declared peace overture on 
the table Thursday and Wash¬ 
ington had the task of decid¬ 
ing whether It was a gimmick 
or a genuine desire for peace. 
(See also 'Page 3.) 

Dean Rusk, the U.S. secre¬ 
tary of state, said it would be 
"premature for me to brush it 
(the overture) aside as purely 
a propaganda ploy.” 

One Little Word 

Rusk admitted that Hanoi 
had made a "new formula¬ 
tion" of its position. 

The entire matter rested on 
one little word, "will." Last 
Saturday, the North Viet¬ 
namese foreign minister, 
Nguyen Duy Trinh, reportedly 
to’.d a visiting Mongolian 
delegation that his country 
Continued on Page % 


Hit Submerged Ledg< 


ordered to stand half a mile off 
the stricken vessel. 

Four other men stood imme¬ 
diately by the ship in a lifeboat, 
while the skipper alone con¬ 
tinued an all-night vigil aboard 
ship. 

Capt. Van Dijk remained 
aboard until about 10 minutes 
before the ship sank. 

In an interview laiter, he 
described the grounding: 

“We saw the shoreline 
coming. We had lots t< warning. 
We knew what was going to 
happen if we didn't change our 
course, but the ship simply 
didn’t turn." 

He said cargo had been poorly 
stored, but declined further 
comment. 

It was reported to be the first 
time Capt. Van Dijk had 
navigated the narrow waters of 
Continued on Page S 


The ship loaded 1,800 tons of 
pulp at the Danish-owned Tahsis 
Co. at Gold River and left for 
Portland, Ore., about 8 p.m. 
Wednesday. 

Two hours and 20 miles later, 
the ship radioed for assistance. 

The Schiedyk hit a submerged 
ledge about 100 feet from shore. 
The bow was severely ripped in 
three holds and the engine room 
and quickly took water. The 
ship was submerged to the 
bridge within hours. 

Capt. Van Dijk ordered 35 
crew members into lifeboats 
during toe night. They were 


10,000-ton Dutch freighter rolls over and disappears off Bligh Island 


Caution Marks 
Heart Case 


U CA**E TOWN (AP) — Dr. dentist, showed tha sam* algn* 
J Christian Barnard said Thuri- doctors had interpreted as re- 

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Philip Blaiberg is "progressing ^ive a human heart trana- 
extremeJy well" but there were p j ant 
« signs his body might be rqsct- we are not reset- 

• Ing against the new heart. in g to ttem u rejection,’" Bar- 

jt The Hurgeon vowed not “to nard said. ''Perhaps we treated 

make the same mistake” he die patient too early for rejec- 
said might have been made in don. We are nek going to make 
** the case of Louis Washkansky 
I* by treating him too quickly to 
la overcome the body’s natural 
tendency to reject foreign tis- 
18 sue. 

** Barnard told reporters that 
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Jane lies unconscious in ficulties over finding someone 
Vancouver General Hospital’s to care for the other children 
child health centre with an mean the parents.can make 
incurable form of brain in- the 200-mile round trip to 
flammation — encephalitis, Vancouver only rarely. 

He.- parents , Ro6s and Wljf West, administrator of 
Sheila Parcher, and eight of Fraser Canyon Hospital here, 
her nine brothers and sisters, said Thursday the hospital 
live in Lsidlaw, between Hope hoard met for two hours last 
and Chilliwack. week and decided not- to 

Financial hardship and dif- admit the child. 


HOPE (CP) 1 — A British 
Columbia hospital's refusal to 
admit a dying six-year-old girl 
has brought anguish to her 
parents and prtkests from her 
doctor. 

Jane Parcher probably will 
die within a year, her doctor 
say*, but her parents don't 
expect to be able to see her 
very pften before she does. 


*’We never know how many 
Deds will be needed for 
accident cases,” he said. 

WDr. E. K. Murakami of 
lfcpe, the family doctor, said 
the sort of care - Jane needs 
can be given to her at the 
Hope hospital. 

"It has been given to others 
In the past/* he said. 


the same mistake again.” 

Barnard has indicated intense 
anti-rejection treatment may 
have weakened Washkansky's 
resistance to infection and con¬ 
tributed to his death by pneu- 
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